(KNNP) – On Tuesday, September 17th, a usual day flagging the Pennsylvania roadwork turned very chaotic very quickly.
According to an isolated news tip, a distraught and intoxicated individual from Wright of Pennsylvania left a worksite to use the port-a-john restroom. After perhaps 2 hours, the other flagman called into administration citing the van and the other worker as missing.
Wright Administrators responded by trying to ping the in-vehicle GPS and the vehicle was registered parked at the site since the job began. That is when the GPS was found on the ground near the parking spot and concerns started to be raised about the status of the rogue flagger.
Administration began looking for any and all clues pointing to the vehicle and whereabouts of the driver. Fearing the worst, administration finally got details about the vehicle and rogue flagger in an unusual place.
The vehicle’s fleet card was found used at a gas station approaching upper New York around 4 hours after the vehicle was called in by the other flagger.
Alarmed, local police in the upper New York area were informed of the vehicle and it was quickly recovered without additional incident.
The flagger, who is unnamed was found to be intoxicated on methanphetamine in the middle of a plot to kill his wife and unborn child as well as his elementary aged child.
Wright of Pennsylvania is not open for comment and details surrounding the event are scarce in nature, limited only to an isolated report. The rogue flagger was terminated and arrested while the other flagger remained unaffected.
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