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An SPI truck ended up in the North Fork Feather River this morning in Chester. The driver was injured; the cause is under investigation. Photo by Norm Williams

Truck into river results in injuries, fluids in the water

The day started out badly for the driver of an SPI truck.

At about 8:30 this morning, April 26, Andrew Abramenko, 41, of, Redding, was driving  a blue 2016 Peterbilt log truck eastbound on Highway 36 (Main Street) in Chester, east of Willow Way.  The log truck was owned by Sierra Pacific Industries, and was not loaded with logs at the time of the crash. 

According to the CHP report, Abramenko was driving at approximately 49 mph in a 30 mph zone, and allowed the Peterbilt to leave the roadway to the south. The truck crashed into the North Fork of the Feather River, which caused a minor fluid spill. Abramenko was transported to Seneca Hospital for minor injuries.  The cause of this crash is currently under investigation.

3 thoughts on “Truck into river results in injuries, fluids in the water

  • Slow down , man, Peterbelts are not pick up trucks.

  • Enough with this driver! Guys like this give the good drivers a bad name! His track record is less the desirable and he needs to get out of the truck before he kills someone!
    So many calls to his boss with complaints has went unansered and not dealt with!
    Time to have consequences SPI!

  • thanks a lot of information goodjobs

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