FedEx Corporate Servicestruck driver

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In Phenix City, AL on my way to work the morning of 2/16/17 around 7:50am one of your truck drivers in a rather large truck #826423, came flying by in the left hand lane and cut over 2 lanes at last minute and forced his way in on the turn ramp going into Columbus, GA. This almost caused a severe accident as EVERYONE had to slam on their brakes. He just kept going like it was nothing and stayed in the left hand lane the entire time, holding up all the morning rush! My father is a retired truck driver(double tanker) and has taught me all the rules of the road, even for truck drivers and this behavior is deplorable! You are a high profile company so I hope you deal with this driver and re-train him or whatever you need to do so this doesn't happen to someone else. Next time it could be a terrible accident, all it takes is one person that isn't paying attention.


S. Nobles


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    Debbie Gauthier-scott Nov 22, 2020
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    We were driving back to Calgary yesterday afternoon, left lane was closed ahead, we were driving in the left lane when this FedEx truck swerved into our lane to block us nearly squeezing us against the railing, he did it twice. Very dangerous driver. It was 2.45pm on November 21, 2020 close to Canada Olympic park, truck # 8088831C, licence plate X205 04. Photo attached


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