Company owner from Humboldt tragedy pleads guilty

The proprietor of the trucking organization engaged with the Humboldt Broncos transport impact confessed today to five charges, and has been fined $5,000. Sukhmander Singh, proprietor of Adesh Deol Trucking, conceded he neglected to keep up time logs for drivers, fail to ensure his drivers consented to security guidelines, kept up more than one every day log for some random day, and did not have or pursue a composed wellbeing program. Judge Sean Dunnigan gave Singh a $1,000 fine for every one of the offenses he confessed, totaling $5,000.  The man sentenced to eight years in jail for causing the impact with the Humboldt Broncos group transport, Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, was a driver for Adesh Deol Trucking. The offenses Singh has conceded blame to, which his legal advisor did today in Calgary court for his sake, happened between Jan. 1 and March 31 of a year ago, preceding the Humboldt catastrophe.