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Judge Expected to Rule on Truck Company Owner's Civil Case

January 10, 2006

HARTFORD, CT – A judge is expected to rule soon in the case of David Wilcox whose company’s truck was involved in July’s deadly pile-up on Avon Mountain, according to the Web site www.wfsb.com. The company’s driver is accused of triggering a chain reaction crash that killed four people and injured more than a dozen other people. Wilcox has asked a judge to dismiss the civil cases against his company for procedural reasons.
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