Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by upslocal804, Feb 9, 2015.
What an idiot. Rather than letting the truck driver know he's losing packages, he video tapes it.
A simple mistake by the feeder driver and the idiot who videotaped it will give the all of us as a whole, a bad name now for a while until something else strikes the public's fancy. Hopefully all we lost were packages and no other motorists were involved in collisions trying to avoid the falling packages.
Can you imagine the feeling that feeder driver had when he found out the door was open. Gosh... Feel for him.
I'm confused. How'd that happen? Aren't all feeders sealed and chained on the way out the gate?
Dude I'm pretty sure that video is old....cause I saw the same video posted on a different website a few months ago. Nice try though.
Look at the road....no salt on it...that video was not filmed anytime in the last month.
Was anyone claiming it just happened?
"Published on Nov 19, 2014"
If it was recorded the day it was uploaded, that makes it nearly three months old.
It was just some Amazon stuff , no big deal .
Just some junk heading to people in Brooklyn it looks like. Couldn't be anything important.
Good catch, missed that one but then again, I had no idea where the bridge was anyways.
A bridge to nowhere then?
There goes 4 jobs. No excuse for an open door on the road (not to mention no load retainer).
I'll have to remember that one for the next time someone posts on here about a package they are missing.
People who do this kind of thing really deserve a camera phone colonoscopy.
Most flee the other way, to Lakewood.
Straight up some people really do suck.
Let's suppose the person taking the video did decide to do the right thing and try to alert the feeder driver by pulling up alongside him and pointing toward the rear trailer. Do you think the driver would have pulled over to check his load or do you think he would have ignored him and kept on going?
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