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transportation infrastructure, such as
specialized LNG ships and terminals,
before investing in new technology.
Older drivers drawing
America’s trucking industry is
facing a severe driver shortage. One
estimate says about 48,000 drivers
are needed to move 70 percent of the
Companies are aggressively
recruiting retirees. Drivers more than
65 years old make up about 10 percent
of commercial vehicle operators in
the U.S., according to transportation
records. A five-month investigation by
CBS News looked at how the increase
in older drivers translated to potential
danger on the nation’s highways.
The trend is a result of the recent
downturn in the economy, according
to CBS News correspondent Kris Van
Cleave. Americans are working well
past the retirement age of 65. But as
the industry has changed, the rules
of the roads have not kept up with
the times, raising the question:
Is more screening needed for
It was supposed to be a celebration
for the Hooks family, driving from
Oklahoma City to St. Louis, Mo., in the
summer of 2009 to see Ronnie Hooks
become an elder at his church. But
on Interstate-44 near the state line,
traffic slowed to a crawl.
“I was on the phone with them
when it happened on that day, and the
phone just went dead,” Hooks said.
A semi driven by 76-year-old
Donald Creed rolled on top of three
cars, killing 10, including Hooks’
parents and two brothers.
On Aug. 19 in Newark, N.J., a bus
was T-boned by another New Jersey
Transit bus driven by a 70-year-old.
Two people died.
Days later, on Aug. 25, a truck
hauling stones driven by a 74-year-
old slammed into traffic in a
construction zone in Binghamton,
N. Y. Ten were injured.
A CBS News analysis of crash
data reveals a 19-percent increase in
accidents involving commercial truck
and bus drivers in their 70s, 80s and
even 90s, in just the last three years.
From 2013 to 2015, there were more
than 6,636 involving elderly drivers in
12 states alone.
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