A man of the Mauricie, trucker enthusiast, died in exerting its passion in an accident with the circumstances still unclear, which occurred in a factory in Pennsylvania.
“I’ll always remember you when we drove across on [highway] 401 together and to me that you went out your jokes to make me laugh. Good last trip “, testified in a tribute on Facebook Patricia Juteau, a friend and colleague, truck driver Marc-André Beauclair, who died Thursday evening.
“It was very passionate ! confides about her daughter, 20-year-old, who preferred to conceal his first name. It was a lot of travel in the United States. He had his own company. “
Last Sunday, the 50-years old man had left his home in Louiseville for a contract of a few days in the United States.
It was supposed to be going Friday with his wife and two daughters 20 and 23 years old.
“The police of Louiseville have knocked at our door around 2 am in the morning to announce the news to my mother,” said the junior.
The fatal accident took place on the 13th August in the evening in a factory in Carlisle, a small city of a little over 18 000 inhabitants, located near Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania.
“This is the only information that we have. An investigation is underway, ” said the daughter of the deceased.
Mr. Beauclair would have died while he was in charge of the glass in his truck, according to sources.
The State police of Pennsylvania has not corroborated the nature of the accident, preferring not to communicate information on the drama for the moment.
The company Vitro Glass Industries has, however, confirmed to the Newspaper that an “accident” had occurred in its factory in Carlisle on Thursday, without, however, reveal the hour or the circumstances.
The police of Carlisle turned to the Sûreté du Québec to announce the tragedy to the family of Mr. Beauclair.
“Without words “
The messages of tribute and sympathy came Saturday on the social networks, recalling in turn the character of improbable drama.
“I am without words,” have written several relatives of the victim.
“He was considerate, helpful, and reliable, recalled his daughter. He was beloved by all in addition to being a great father. “