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If Western New York has too many of the nation's legal toxic dumps, it also hosts the leading hazmat trucking companies. Hazmat trucking is regulated and highly monitored — that doesn't mean the regulations make sense. Low level radioactive waste (not very dangerous) requires thick concrete containers, but other, truly lethal toxins may be shipped in ten-gallon barrels.

But what about the drivers of all this poison? Imagine if one smart, angry driver hacked into company software, crippling the nation's ability to monitor its hazmat trucks. Imagine many of those trucks frozen in place. Imagine eight 10-gallon barrels of nerve-gas-like toxin disappearing along with their driver.

This righteously angry, extremely dangerous individual contacts you. What do you do?