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Big rig driver’s family speaks

By asoglin
Monday, April 30th, 2007 at 10:52 am in George Kelly.

Times reporter Sandy Kleffman forwarded this statement to us from the family of the badly burned truck driver whose big rig crash early Sunday led to the MacArthur Maze connector collapse.

The Family of James Mosqueda issued the following statement through Saint Francis Memorial Hospital this morning, April 30, 2007.

“We are relieved that James is alive and in stable condition. We are grateful that no one else was hurt and thank God that James is on the road to recovery. The family sends a heartfelt thank you to the taxi driver and the Saint Francis Memorial Hospital staff. We ask that the news media please understand how traumatic this has been for James and his family and please respect our privacy.”

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