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Mr Colley, a father-of-one, moved from Bewdley, Worcs., to Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, 18 months ago to fulfil his lifelong ambition of driving along the treacherous roads made famous by reality TV show Ice Road Truckers.The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are currently investigating the accident and have interviewed Brett's co-driver, who miraculously survived.Meet single truckers in your local area at Trucker Friends, the Free Dating site for single truckers.Music, dances, traveling, whatever you passions, Trucker friends Date is the ultimate singles community for truckers."But typical Brett, he was undeterred and he applied for a job with H and R Transport, which has routes along the ice roads in Canada."He joined the company 18 months ago and at first he was doing drives through the US deserts, but his goal was to get a chance to travel the ice roads.You are welcome to use Trucker Passions solely as a dating site, since it has all the major features found on mainstream dating sites ( personals, groups, chat, webcam video, email, forums, etc.).

Basically, whether you are looking for romance, love, friendship, information, emotional support or just to connect with people you share something in common with, you are in the right place!We have thousands of local single truckers just waiting to meet you.Trucker Passions gives people who are part of the Trucking community a place to find one another.But they have told his family it may still take up to six months to discover what went wrong.Mr Colley's sister Alex Fidoe, 41, who now lives in Perth, Australia, said it was the show that fired his imagination.

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