On December 27, 2021, another incident with a load of potatoes required extensive semi-truck cleanup—a semi-truck hauling a full load of taters overturned near Sumner, WA. The truck went into the ditch, and its potato load went in with it, scattering mashed potatoes at the scene.
In this incident on February 6, 2019, Washington State Patrol called Team Pro-Enviro to help with a significant box truck recovery. While on route with an international box truck destined for the Philippines, the driver hit a 6-point bull elk and lost control near Preston, WA. Unfortunately, the elk didn't survive, and while the driver was okay, the accident left them stranded in snowy and icy temperatures.
In this incident, on January 12, 2019, Team Pro-Enviro was called to Kent, WA, to help with an emergency cargo reloading. Team Pro-Tow also came to help with the transport back to a nearby trucking terminal.
In this incident several years ago on July 1, 2016, a semi-truck tipped over and spilled its cargo at the edge of the road. Team Pro-Enviro responded with a cargo reload service, as spills don’t always involve fuel and oil! In this instance, product boxes needed to be cleaned up and reloaded.
Several years ago, on December 1, 2014, Team Pro-Enviro and Team Pro-Tow responded to a fishy situation in Seattle, WA. A truck and trailer were cruising up the hill, and 11% grade, on Denny Way in downtown Seattle. The steep grade caused the load to shift and the trailer doors to open.
Back on March 4, 2015, Team Pro-Enviro and Team Pro-Tow were called to the scene of a collision involving two semi-trucks with full loads. A truck hauling 80,000 pounds of potting soil collided with one pulling 55,000 pounds of k-cups. It created a large accident recovery scene that took most of the night to recover. Because of the cargo involved, the incident also required cargo recovery.
On February 26th, 2021, In this load recovery incident, we received a call from a customer on the WB I-90 exit 47 with a damaged trailer and impacted fuel lines. He explained his snow chain snapping caused the damage. Approximately 10-20 gallons of fuel were leaking on the roadway. On top of that, he was carrying a 38,000 lb load of expensive frozen beef. All-around speedy recovery was in order.
In this incident, on December 10th, 2020, Washington State Patrol contacted us requesting a Class C truck for a tractor and trailer involved in a fire. Team Pro-Enviro responded with the requested Class C heavy-duty crane-style wrecker and set out for the scene.