C.R. England Truck Accident

The information below reflects the content of the FMCSA management information systems as of 02/04/2015.


Crash Reports

Crashes reported to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for 24 months prior to 02/03/2015:

 Fatal – 19

Injury – 179

Tow – 508

Total – 706

The crashes listed above represent the company’s involvement in reported crashes, without any determination of legal responsibility (liability).

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C.R. England Company Information

Physical Address: 4701 W 2100 S, WEST VALLEY CITY, UT 84120
Phone: (801) 972-2712
Mailing Address: PO BOX 27728, SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84127-0728
USDOT Number: 28406 State Carrier ID Number:
Power Units: 4,825  Drivers: 6,895
Operation Classification: Auth. For Hire
Carrier Operation: Interstate
Cargo Carried: General Freight, Fresh Produce, Meat, Refrigerated Food, Chemicals, Beverages.

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You can search by trucking company name, USDOT number or MC/MX number. Information includes the legal name of the carrier, the address, number of trucks, number of drivers, cargo carried, number of accidents, and other information.

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Settlement for Wrongful Death

In December of 2013, a settlement was announced in a wrongful death case against C.R. England. The fatal accident happened on Thanksgiving Day, 2012.  A car had pulled to the side of the road because of a multi-vehicle accident. Shortly thereafter, a tractor-trailer owned by C.R. England, also pulled to the side of the road and hit the car. The driver and passenger in the car were killed. The lawsuit alleged C.R. England was negligent in the following: 1) hiring and training of the commercial vehicle operator; 2) failing to properly and safely inspect, repair and/or maintain the tractor and trailer (http://setexasrecord.com/news/293031-settlement-announced-in-case-over-fatal-thanksgiving-day-i-10-pileup).