to bring blue lights for tow trucks in alberta

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Tow operators in Alberta say having blue emergency lights on their vehicles would help remind drivers to pay attention and slow down when they are working on the side of the road. Drivers say amber lights are too common
Another near death experience involving a tow truck driver has renewed passionate conversation about the safety of tow truck workers, who are pushing for changes to better protect themselves on the job.

Following a fatal highway collision on Wednesday that left the driver of a semi-truck dead and tow truck operator Trevor Snyder in shock after narrowly escaping harm, the debate over allowing blue lights on tow trucks has been 

“Tow truck drivers are on the same level as the slime between your toes or worms as far as people care. The only people that care about tow truck drivers are tow truck drivers,

“We just want people to slow down and take it easy, obey the law or pull over. We want to get home, too. We have families. We want to get home but we are out there, putting our lives on the line to help other people