What was good news for people in Hurricane Irma’s path ended up being bad news for truck driver Tim McCrory. His generous gesture of giving away a load of plywood he was hauling for Home Depot to potential hurricane victims in need was apparently a bit too generous for his employer and it cost McCrory his job.
According to Inside Edition, McCrory was hauling 960 pieces of plywood to Home Depot in Zephyrhills, Florida for Nashville-based transportation company Western Express last Friday. McCrory was driving one of the only vehicles going southbound on Interstate 95 while everyone else was driving north to get away from Irma.
McCrory’s truck blew a tire on Interstate 95 and it took seven hours to get it fixed. By the time he got his load of plywood to Home Depot, it was 9 pm and he had missed the scheduled delivery appointment. Also, the store was closed …