Valley Freightliner rises from the ashes

Jason Cannon February 22, 2013

The fire originated in the shop. “I’m blessed to have a group of skilled, talented and really dedicated people,” he says. “Failure was not an option.”

Through all the uncertainly and stress, O’Donnell said the company wasn’t forced to cut any staff and only lost one employee.

“Before the fire, we had 53 employees,” he says. “After the fire we had 52. The one former employee is in jail.”

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