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Union Says Heaven Hill Driver Crashed Because of ‘Gesture’ (whiskeyraiders.com)

Union Says Heaven Hill Driver Crashed Because of ‘Gesture’

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The union representing striking Heaven Hill employees claim an overturned truck crashed because the driver “made a threatening gesture” at protestors.

A truck near Heaven Hill Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky, crashed and overturned Wednesday. The union representing workers at Heaven Hill Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky, who currently are on strike over labor contract disputes, said the driver of the truck crashed because they were going at “an unsafe speed” and took both hands off of the steering wheel “to make a threatening gesture to a UFCW Local 23D member on strike,” according to the

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