O'Leary says if this rig had been put onto a brake roller tester prior to the accident, It would have failed and been discontinued. "From what I saw, that truck should not have been on the road. The claim of 'brake failure' is wrong as there were no brakes to fail." he says.
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Brake faults on Truck involved in the N12 Horror Crash

FleetWatch releases pictures of brake faults on N12 truck which ploughed into 50 cars on Tuesday 14th. Early Friday morning, FleetWatch published on its Facebook page an in-cab video – released to FleetWatch by Imperial Logistics – showing the horror

This video – released to FleetWatch by Imperial Logistics – was taken by the in-cab camera fitted to the Tanker Services rig which shows the truck from Benuci Cargo Carriers ploughing into cars on the N12 on Tuesday - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiT-4DtSKtc&feature=youtu.be
In Cab video of N12 Horror Crash
May look OK but this belongs on the scrap heap.
A truck owner who just doesn’t care
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The Tanker Services tanker was not the cause of the accident on the N12.
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