Bob Chick spent Thanksgiving catching up on eight-hours worth of heating oil deliveries he wasn't able to make on Wednesday.
Chick, who owns Webberville Oil Company, had to shut down business Wednesday morning after a truck carrying 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel crashed into his business.
The man who was driving the Corrigan Oil Inc. truck, Edward Clyde Grimley, 64, died when he crashed. Investigators say a heart attack or some other medical problem might have caused him to crash. Medical examiners haven't released the autopsy results.
Chick, who also lived in the building where the tanker crashed, is now living across the street with his daughter. He had to shut down the gas pumps, but he is still able to make heating oil deliveries.
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