CALGARY, Alta. — Natalie Adams, the daughter of a National Association of Professional Drivers’ (NAPD) member, has been found in Calgary.
Notification of Adams’, age 18, disappearance rippled through the industry — including a bulletin on trucknews.com.
According to Darren Liebrecht, president and chief executive officer of NAPD, Adams was picked up by a trucker at a Winnipeg truck stop location on Oct. 24. The driver claimed to be going straight through to Vancouver and offered to drive her there, but she never made it. She was last heard from on the following day from just outside Calgary, at 11:00 p.m.
While details on her safe return are not yet available, the NAPD wants to thank every trucker who was on the lookout for her over the last two weeks.
“She may not have been found if not for the efforts of the trucking community,” says Liebrecht. “Hats off to everyone.”
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