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Co-workers of the Vancouver, Washington truck driver killed near Warm Springs this past weekend are still trying to figure out what happened. Mike Knight says David Spooner, the 54 year old father and husband was a seasoned driver. He knew that thing like the back of his hand. He knew that road. On Tuesday morning, Spooner's truck ran off the road near Warm Springs and down an embankment before catching fire. Because the truck was incinerated, investigators may never know what happened to cause the crash.

 

 

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