From our investigation, it appears that the scaffolding was owned by a contractor or sub (possibly a roofer), and the scaffolding fell off his truck sometime prior to 7 a.m. on Saturday morning, January 15. It’s bad enough that this guy failed to properly tie down his equipment, but he never even stopped or notified anyone–leaving this “death trap” just sitting in the road for someone to hit. Unfortunately, our client paid the price of this person’s recklessness.
- Contractor, possibly a roofer, in Ventura, Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, or San Bernardino
- His truck was travelling East on I-134 near Pass Avenue in Burbank last Saturday, January 15, between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m.
- Two large, metal ladders/scaffolds fell off of the truck (possibly a white truck)
- The metal ladder/scaffolding has the letters (or initials?) “KON” spray painted on the side