Three Professional Truck Drivers Named TCA Highway Angels for Springing into Action



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

Bison Driver Named a Highway Angel
Driver Makes Lifesaving Call, Aids Trainer Who Experienced a Medical Emergency

The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has named truck driver Kenichi Tanisaki, from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a Highway Angel for getting his trainer help during her medical emergency while driving from California to Canada. Tanisaki drives for Bison Transport based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

FTC Transportation Driver Named Highway Angel 
Positions Truck to Protect Crashed Vehicle, Motorist in Need

The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has named truck driver Tony Barton, from Blountville, Tennessee, a Highway Angel for using his truck to block and protect a vehicle and driver that had crashed during a late-afternoon crash. Barton drives for FTC Transportation, Inc. based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

CN Transportation Ltd. Driver Named a Highway Angel 
Driver Rescues an Injured Fellow Truck Driver following Rollover Crash

The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has named truck driver Navdeep Singh, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, a Highway Angel for rescuing an injured fellow truck driver whose vehicle ran off the side of the road and crashed. Singh drives for CN Transportation Ltd. based in Ontario, Canada.

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