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Is this truck serious?

Accidents happen, but when a company fails to acknowledge its involvement in a “hit and run”, it becomes a problem.

Listener Tony sent in this footage from his dash cam.

Click PLAY to watch the video below

It shows a Holcim truck smashing into his wife’s car Tuesday afternoon.

But instead of pulling over, the truckie drives off, fleeing the scene.

Tony’s wife contacted Holcim’s head office in an attempt to discuss the matter but was redirected to Allan Nolan who, she was told, looks after the Sutherland Shire area.

She received no response.

To make matters worse, Tony tells Ray Hadley police told his wife the number plate on the rear trailer is registered to a tip truck, not a trailer.

The Radley Morning Show has contacted Holcim who’ve said they are looking into the incident.

UPDATE

It was reported to Ray Holcim sub out their trucks, which are owned by other companies but are branded with Holcim.

Ray: “At the end of the day, if it’s got a Holcim sign on it, I’ve got a message for Holcim: it’s your problem.”

Holcim has responded to Ray’s team, confirming they are investing a traffic incident where a third party driver reportedly made contact with a car.

Ray: “Well I’d say about ‘reportedly’, you dunderheads at Holcim, have a look at the video and you’ll stop saying ‘reportedly’.

“He hit the car. You can’t say reportedly when he hit the car.”

The truck driver and their employer, according to Holcim, is M.J. Rowles.

The Ray Hadley Morning Show has reached out to M.J. Rowles but is yet to receive a response.

Listen to the full update below

Earlier…

Ray Hadley can now report NSW Police Traffic and Highway Patrol has tracked down the driver.

He has been issued fines for failing to stop and exchange details after a collision, negligent driving and failing to record the details with Holcim, adding up to more than $1,000 in fines.

Listen to the full update below 

Mark Levy
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