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Long Beach Truck Driver Killed at Port
Truck Driver Killed at Port of LB
LONG BEACH – A 40-year-old truck driver and father of three was killed Wednesday night when he was struck by a forklift and pinned between two chassis at the Port of Long Beach, authorities said Thursday.
Pablo Garcia Lopez was hit just before 8 p.m. Wednesday on Pier A, where he had been dispatched to pick up a container, officials said.
Vigil held for truck driver killed at port
LONG BEACH – Friends and family of a truck driver fatally crushed while working in the Port of Long Beach gathered Wednesday to demand better working conditions for harbor-area drivers.
Dangerous Road for Port Drivers
UPDATE: Univision’s Primer Impacto Investigates Dangerous Road for Port Drivers
WASHINGTON, March 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Wednesday April 1st, 5 pm ET/PT, Primer Impacto, Univision’s award-winning national news program, will air an investigative report on the dangerous conditions facing port drivers. The segment reveals daily life on the job for this mostly immigrant workforce, and their fight to unite together to win a shot at the American Dream.
La vida de los choferes portuarios
WASHINGTON, D.C. – El noticiero Primer Impacto transmitió el informe de una investigación que llevó a cabo sobre las condiciones peligrosas que enfrentan los choferes portuarios. Este segmento revela la vida diaria en el trabajo de esta fuerza laboral compuesta en su mayor parte por inmigrantes, y su lucha por unirse para tener una oportunidad de realizar el Sueño Americano.
Univision’s Primer Impacto Investigates Dangerous Road for Port Drivers
Some 88,000 port drivers keep our economy moving each day, with 16,800 mostly Latino immigrants in the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports alone. Most are victims of an exploitive, highly-polluting industry that has used a loophole in the law for decades to misclassify them as independent contractors. This tactic — which has been the subject of a California Attorney General crackdown — allows trucking companies to deny the drivers basic rights including access to health care, retirement benefits, worker compensation and skirt work rules and safety regulations.
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