Trucking corporation in I-70 crash tied to newer trucking business enterprise

Castellano 03 Trucking used Rogel Aguilera-Mederos who was not long ago sentenced to 110 many years in jail – the proprietor of the company is now tied to a new company.

COLORADO, United states of america — Community data obtained by 9Information reveal the proprietor of the trucking firm involved in the I-70 fatal crash involving driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos is linked to a newer company that was registered a working day after the crash. 

The newer company, Volt Trucking, also has a heritage of violations involving brakes and brake connections, in accordance to on-line federal transportation records. 

As nationwide media emphasis on the 110-yr sentencing of Aguilera-Mederos, information that the proprietor of the trucking business is nonetheless energetic in the field may not be welcome information to victims. 

Castellano 03 Trucking, LLC dissolved a couple months soon after the deadly crash that killed 4 people today in the 28 automobile pile-up on April 25, 2019.  


The working day just after the crash, on April 26, Volt Trucking LLC was registered as a company with the Texas Secretary of State’s Business, in accordance to on line records. 

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Both corporations, according to public data acquired by 9Information, had been registered to the exact same Houston house deal with at 12010 Fork Creek Dr. 

In a monetary doc submitted with the State of Texas, Volt Trucking LLC also lists “Castellano 03 Trucking” as its principal position of company. 


The identify of Yaimy Galan Segura, who was the proprietor of Castellano 03 Trucking, appears in the signature line for a Texas Franchise Tax Public Facts Report submitted for Volt Trucking. 

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9News identified as a quantity linked to Volt Trucking and a lady who answered to “Yaimy” would not solution queries about the two businesses and hung up the cellphone. 

Aguilera-Mederos and Castellano 03 Trucking are the targets of a lawsuit filed by Leslie Ross who survived the crash. Ross suggests in the lawsuit she “suffered everlasting bodily disfigurement.” 

Ross’ lawyer, Kyle Bachus, explained he is not amazed to listen to the news. 

“It is also very challenging for victims to recognize how the Point out of Texas at any time permitted these identical folks to reopen and work under another trucking company below a different identify soon after they ruined so numerous families….,” Bachus explained. “Frankly, it’s disgusting.” 

Like Castellano 03 Trucking, Volt Trucking has documented violations, according to inspection stories on the Federal Motor Provider Safety Administration website. 

9Information uncovered 23 violations linked to Volt Trucking, like “Inoperative/defective brakes” and “Brake connections with leaks or constrictions.”

In accordance to documents, Volt Trucking employs 4 drivers. Violations did not come about in Colorado, but data point out drivers operated in Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Nebraska. 

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