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Tractor trailer driver high on drugs drives 44 hours straight without crashing

By Mason White 12:01 PM April 2, 2017
Gary Robbins’ tractor trailer
Gary Robbins’ tractor trailer
By: Mason White

A truck driver pulled off an unbelievable stunt by driving 44 hours straight without stopping.

The man only pulled over when he needed to refuel.

Police in Massachusetts, were called to the gas station by a Circle K manager after seeing the man “acting erratically,” according to police.

Police in Deerfield, said that 49-year-old Gary Robbins, who is from Homer, Alaska, was trying to put his credit card in the fuel tank of his tractor trailer after he locked himself out of the vehicle.

When officers confronted Robbins, he was “argumentative and his pupils were dilated.” Police said that it was clear that he was under the influence of drugs.

Robbins admitted to police that he drove from Seattle, Washington, to Massachusetts, non-stop while he was high on crystal methamphetamine, LSD and cocaine.

Amazingly, his truck did not have a scratch. Robbins managed to drive the 44 hour long journey without hitting anyone or anything.

His tractor trailer was impounded, pending an inspection by state police.