California Moving and Storage Association and Rebel Van Lines are
seeking help for the families of four men killed in a tragic trucking
accident Oct. 9.
CMSA has set up a memorial fund for the families of a Rebel Van
Lines owner-operator and his three helpers – James Hernandez, James
Glasper, Jeffery Davis and Clifton Crymes.
a 25-year veteran driver, lost control of his truck and crossed
several lanes of traffic, going up over the concrete freeway median
divider before crashing into an oncoming vehicle containing two
people. All six individuals died.
is possible that another vehicle pulled in front of the moving van,
causing Hernandez to lose control of his rig, according to a CMSA
will be accepted through Dec. 12. Funds will be given to the families
of the four movers during the holiday season.
for the families should be made out to Movers Memorial Fund and
mailed CMSA’s accounting firm: Montgomery Niemeyer Co., 114 West
Lime Ave., Monrovia, CA 91016.
Van Lines is a member of CMSA.
René Tankersley, feature editor
Tankersley can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.