“It’s a huge emotional loss,” said Peterson, who works as an executive assistant. I felt like I couldn’t touch him.” Peterson’s opinion isn’t the most popular view in the online support group at the Web site aimed at people who suffer from the serious sleep disorder that advocates say involves so much more than snoring.
People with obstructive sleep apnea have a problem that causes their airways to collapse during sleep, cutting off breathing sometimes dozens — or even hundreds — of time a night.
The complaint indicated that Carpenter was involved in another accident just a week earlier when his tanker truck hit a parked vehicle, causing ,000 in damage. Department of Transportation subsequently declared him unfit to operate a commercial vehicle, and a judge set a similar restriction as a condition of his bail.
Records found that he had been involved in at least 13 motor vehicle accidents from 2000 to 2015, authorities said. Court records indicate that he later violated that restriction.
As far as she was concerned, the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine — known as a CPAP — was a threat to her 22-year marriage. “Then there was this thing strapped to his head.” Peterson and her husband, Chris, a 47-year-old engineer, are among growing numbers of couples whose romantic lives have been derailed by sleep problems — or their solutions.
Bedtime troubles send three in 10 couples to separate rooms, according to a poll by the National Sleep Foundation, a nonprofit agency.
Carpenter also allegedly told authorities at the crash scene that "he has spells every once in a while that cause him to think his eyes are open when they are not," a criminal complaint stated.
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John Ray Carpenter, 60, was set to stand trial next month in the 2015 death of Andrew Johnson, who was killed when his pickup truck was struck head-on by Carpenter’s septic tanker in October 2015.
Authorities allege that Carpenter, who has a long history of traffic collisions, operated his truck in a “grossly negligent manner” and that he caused the crash by either falling asleep or blacking out at the wheel.