Why did it fail?  Look At This!!!

Wheels fly off tractor trailer in Conway, NH; found more than two miles away

by WGME Saturday, April 13th 2019

CONWAY, NH (WGME) -- A tractor trailer lost two wheels early Friday morning in Conway, less than 10 days after a similar incident caused the death of a Maine State Police trooper.

New Hampshire State Police said the incident happened around 5:20 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Routes 302 and 113 in Conway.

The tractor trailer, driven by Michael Tuttle, 63, of Swanton, Vt. was driving with 45,000 pounds of animal feed from Vermont when the stud bolts holding a set of tandem wheels became stripped, causing two wheels to come off the tractor trailer.

No one was injured and no property damaged was discovered despite the wheels traveling about two and a half miles away from the tractor trailer.

On April 3, Detective Benjamin Campbell died was helping a stranded motorist on I-95 in Hampden when two wheels came off a logging truck. Campbell was killed after one of the wheels struck him.

New Hampshire State Police issued a summons to Lily Transportation Corp for a motor carrier equipment violation.

Police said this is the second wheels-off incident in Conway this month.

On Monday around 6:45 a.m., a dump truck suffered a mechanical failure and a set of wheels came off the truck and collided with another vehicle.

Contact Info Will Do A FOIA


State Police 603-271-1162

We have questions:

Why Did The Trailer Entire Assembly Come Separated From The Wheel Axle?

Who Manufactured The Parts?

Who Maintained The Equipment?

How Many Trailer's Have The Same Issue?

Why does the Trucking Industry try and suppress and destroy our life saving cause?

How Many Safety Violations Does Lily Transportation have?

We demand answers!

Wheels fly off tractor trailer in Conway, NH; found more than two miles away   Note:  Most Of The Time These Are Never Reported!

 In 1971 J. Standard Baker Quoted " Drivers Towing Trailers  Are Four (4) Times As Unsafe As Those In Cars Alone!