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producer Will Morrison was driving recklessly when he lost control, veered off the road, and crashed into trees and bushes.

and says he couldn't return to his job at his trucking company. his wife claims SHE was also injured, saying Rowland's injuries have deprived her of love, companionship and the enjoyment of sexual relations.

Lisa Kelly and husband Traves Kelly have been married since 2008 and currently have no children. Lisa Kelly rose to fame after she joined the cast of the History Channel reality series "Ice Road Truckers." She is the show's only female trucker.

She also appeared on the History Channel spinoff, "IRT: Deadliest Roads." Before becoming a professional truck driver, Kelly was a competitive freestyle motocross rider.

Originally from Michigan, she now resides in Wasilla, Alaska.

Kelly was born on December 8, 1980, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

She returned to Grand Rapids, Michigan for college, attending Cornerstone University for one semester before deciding it was not for her. After these ventures, she decided to settle on a long term-career and trained as a trucker because it 'looked interesting'.Kelly has also made appearances in Seasons 1–2 of IRT: Deadliest Roads.Kelly was notable as the only female trucker featured in the series until Maya Sieber joined in Season 5.She subsequently got a job driving for Carlile Transportation, an Alaskan haulage company.Being a woman, Kelly says this was a difficult achievement. I had to pull my weight and everybody else’s and get the job done as fast, or faster”.

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Lisa Kelly (born December 8, 1980) is an American trucker who has been featured on the History channel reality television series Ice Road Truckers and its spinoff series IRT: Deadliest Roads. Ice Road Truckers has followed Kelly and her fellow drivers as they make their way along the icy Dalton Highway from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay, frequently hauling "oversized" loads.