Sleep Apnea Tests for Truckers, Train Operators Explored by U.S.

  • Commercial drivers may be tested for sleep apnea, DOT says
  • Action follows recommendations by NTSB after accident probes

The U.S. is taking the first step toward requiring that commercial drivers and railroad workers be tested for a sleep disorder that causes drowsiness and has been linked to fatal wrecks.

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