4.12.2012

Slow Going On 114 Between Bridgeport and Paradise


Helicopter ambulance on the scene of a wreck.

(Thanks Shawn)

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

somebody give us something here,

Anonymous said...

one of the Trucks was a Craig Moss Truck there are some pics on someones FB.

Anonymous said...

Isn't Craig Moss Old man Moss's Son

Anonymous said...

What is a "Craig Moss" truck? I have a Chevrolet truck. I had a Ford before that, but I am curious about this new brand.

DF Motor Trend

Anonymous said...

They have the info @ WCmessenger.com.............jus sayin!

Anonymous said...

Hope that truck with the loose flying plywood has insurance because he caused this.

Anonymous said...

A piece of plywood comes out and hits a rock truck and they wreck but one of their boulders comes out and hits my windshield and I keep driving! I am willing to bet the truck was way to close to the pickup the lumber came out of they like to tailgate! Karma is a B****!

Anonymous said...

Craig Moss is the owner of the Trucks. He lives in Chico.

Anonymous said...

I was ther. Blood ever where.
Someone needs to spend the rest of there life in prison for this.
These big trucks ought to be outlawed they serve no purpose.
Thank you for posting stuff like this!
We didn't have these trucks like this in pennsylvania.

Obama 2012

Anonymous said...

1:36, a "Craig Moss" truck is no different than an "American Airlines" plane. Bet you don't tell people you're flying on "Boeing" or "Airbus" now, do you?

Anonymous said...

Tailgating is bad.

Anonymous said...

How bout them bridgeport tank trucks?
Now, thems some good ol boys.

Anonymous said...

Airbus sucks! If it's not Boeing, I'm not going!

Anonymous said...

I hate rock trucks and water trucks, they drive like they own the road. They pull out in front of you, run you off the road, break your windshields. It's about time they had dose of the same medicine!!!

Let the "if you got it a truck brought it" comments begin.

Anonymous said...

craig moss trucks are the ones dumping what ever comes up from drilling and fracking onto the land and making million$ while doing this, does anybody know what is in this "mud" moss is dumping on top of our land and water supply?

Anonymous said...

8:55, I'd like to see where they're dumping all of this mud "onto the land." The drilling mud and frac water get pumped into water disposal wells, miles below your water supply.

Anonymous said...

1013 there are many sites known as "land or mud farming" all over north wise county, i've seen many of them, i am a farmer and i depend on the soil and water to survive..and just for your info drilling mud and frack sand are neither one pumped into swd's(salt water disposal wells), you should get good facts before you prove you don't really have a clue..

Anonymous said...

coffman tank trucks in chico hauls and dumps this stuff 24/7, call them and ask where are these dump sites, they should have a list of places theve've put this stuff on. or call the railroad commission, they know all about this land farming.

Anonymous said...

10:13 what is contained in that drilling mud and frac water?

Anonymous said...

what is that on hwy 287 south of montague line that looks like an oil pit right on top of a cow pasture next to the road?

Anonymous said...

wow 1013 is a dumbass

Anonymous said...

Ya'll need to quit dogging Moss! They are good people and contribute far more than any of you people that allways complain about everything he does. At least he keeps people of Chico employed in this bad economy. I'm sure times are tough for him too.

Anonymous said...

so contaminating the land and water is ok so long as the people of chico are employed?

Anonymous said...

Do some research please.

You folks that keep bellowing about that oilfield mud and water are beginning to look like a bunch of fools.

Anonymous said...

it doesn't contaminate the land. it is watched by the railroad commission and it brings the PH level of the soil up so that farmers can have a better crop. People amaze me with their stupidity...

Anonymous said...

why does the railroad commission only allow this to be dumped one time only, over the lifetime of the land?

Anonymous said...

4:10 what is it?

Anonymous said...

You amaze me with your stupidity!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to take a dump on your farm land for millions of dollars. It would increase the p.u. levels of the land and you could probably harvest a bushels of grain with all the shredded wheat and raisin bran I eat. Sorry I forgot BG don't like poo humor. Keep it regular.

Anonymous said...

410 so now farmers are using drilling mud for fertilizer, now that sounds stupid.