Four Professional Truck Drivers Earn Highway Angel Wings for Springing into Action, Assisting Motorists in Need



The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) is proud to recognize the following professional truck drivers as Highway Angels for performing good deeds while on the job. Read their stories at

CFI Driver Named a Highway Angel
Driver Rescues Six Crash Victims after Deadly, Chain-Reaction Accident

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Zach Yeakley, from Batesville, Arkansas, a professional truck driver with CFI based in Joplin, Missouri, a Highway Angel for rescuing six crash victims from a deadly, chain-reaction crash in dense fog that involved more than 45 vehicles.

K.L. Harring Transportation Drivers Named Highway Angels 
s Rescue Drivers from Serious Head-On Collision 

The Truckload Carriers Association has named team drivers John Dowdy and Kloe Myers, of Thomaston, Georgia, professional truck drivers for K.L. Harring Transportation based in Bethel, Pennsylvania, Highway Angels for stopping to rescue drivers from a serious head-on collision.

Bison Transport Driver Named a Highway Angel 
Driver Aids Motorist Following Rollover Accident

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Larry Williams, from Linden, Alberta, a professional truck driver for Bison Transport based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, a Highway Angel for stopping to aid a motorist after his vehicle flipped twice in 6-degree weather.

TCA and the program’s Presenting Sponsor, EpicVue, thanks its Supporting Sponsor, DriverFacts. We look forward to their contributions to the Highway Angel initiative.