Meet TCA’s Newest Highway Angel Recipients — Two Posthumous Awards Given

10/22/2021

Alexandria, Virginia: 

The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) is proud to recognize four professional truck drivers as Highway Angels for performing good deeds while on the job. Read their stories at www.highwayangel.com.

Portner Trucking and Bison Transport Drivers Awarded Posthumously
Two Professional Truck Drivers Recognized after Death

The Truckload Carriers Association has posthumously recognized Adam “Troy” Miller, 53, of Hagerstown, Maryland, and Ashish Patel, 46, of Ontario, Canada, as Highway Angels for stopping to help at the scene of a serious accident. Both men were struck and killed off I-81 in West Virginia while assisting motorists in need.

Carbon Express Inc. Driver Named a Highway Angel 
Driver Springs into Action Following Three-Vehicle Accident

The Truckload Carriers Association has named Melissa Bencivengo, from Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, a professional truck driver with Carbon Express Inc. based in Wharton, New Jersey, a Highway Angel for stopping at the scene of a three-vehicle accident after she witnessed a driver lose control.

Artur Express Driver Named a Highway Angel 
Driver Rushes to Extinguish Car Fire in Grassy Median

The Truckload Carriers Association has Donnell Harris, Jr., from Killeen, Texas, a professional truck driver with Artur Express based in Hazelwood, Missouri, a Highway Angel for stopping to help extinguish a car fire off I-30 in the grassy median.

TCA and the program’s Presenting Sponsor, EpicVue, thanks its Supporting Sponsor, DriverFacts. We look forward to their contributions to the Highway Angel initiative.