Julie Sauls

Vice President of External Affairs, California Trucking Association

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Vice President of External Affairs, California Trucking Association

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Three people were killed in  Friday night’s crash  in the  Newhall Pass tunnel  and ten others were injured.  But with thirty-one vehicles involved altogether, the  California Highway…

Big-Rig Crash in the Newhall Pass

Three people were killed in Friday night’s crash in the Newhall Pass tunnel and ten others were injured.  But with thirty-one vehicles involved altogether, the California Highway…

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