06/18/2014 08:31 am ET Updated Jun 18, 2014

Truckers Resist Rules On Sleep, Despite Risks Of Drowsy Driving

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The tractor-trailer set off at 2:30 a.m. from Springfield, Mo., the usual time and place. Nearly 11 hours later, along the Will Rogers Turnpike in Oklahoma, fatigue caught up.

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