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Darrell Ward , a featured driver on History’s Ice Road Truckers since 2012, has died in a plane crash near Missoula, MT. He was 52. The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Ward was piloting a single-engine Cessna 182 when it crashed on approach to Rock Creek Airport. He was en route to filming the pilot for a documentary-style show involving the recovery of plane wrecks. His co-pilot, who was not immediately identified, also was killed.

The plane crashed into the south side shoulder of the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Rock Creek exit and then caught fire. It had taken off from Dallas, where the pair had attended the Great American Truck Show. The National Transportation Safety Board is handling the investigation.

Ward joined Ice Road Truckers for Season 6 in 2012 and had remained with the reality show since. The show’s producers wrote in a Facebook post announcing Ward’s death that he had wrapped filming on Season 10 earlier this year and had just learned that he had a green light for an additional season on IRT  originally slated to begin filming in the winter of 2017.

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Many employers use cameras and video surveillance in the workplace, often to prevent theft or to monitor what employees are actually doing while on the clock. As long as the company has a legitimate need to film, the areas under surveillance are public, and employees know about the filming, these practices are likely to be upheld by a court. Because filming can implicate privacy rights, however, employers must be very careful not to cross the line. (Employers can learn more about their workers' privacy rights in Nolo's Your Employees' Right to Privacy section.)

Most employees don't mind if retail establishments conduct video surveillance to guard against theft by outsiders. For example, there might be a video camera that tapes everyone who comes in the door or stands in front of the register. But what about employers that use hidden cameras to try to catch their own employees stealing? What about video surveillance of employees while they're working? Or cameras in the bathrooms or locker rooms?

A 2005 survey by the American Management Association showed that more than half of the employers who responded use video surveillance at work to counter theft, violence, or sabotage. And 16% of the employers surveyed used video surveillance to monitor employee performance.

Darrell Ward , a featured driver on History’s Ice Road Truckers since 2012, has died in a plane crash near Missoula, MT. He was 52. The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Ward was piloting a single-engine Cessna 182 when it crashed on approach to Rock Creek Airport. He was en route to filming the pilot for a documentary-style show involving the recovery of plane wrecks. His co-pilot, who was not immediately identified, also was killed.

The plane crashed into the south side shoulder of the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Rock Creek exit and then caught fire. It had taken off from Dallas, where the pair had attended the Great American Truck Show. The National Transportation Safety Board is handling the investigation.

Ward joined Ice Road Truckers for Season 6 in 2012 and had remained with the reality show since. The show’s producers wrote in a Facebook post announcing Ward’s death that he had wrapped filming on Season 10 earlier this year and had just learned that he had a green light for an additional season on IRT  originally slated to begin filming in the winter of 2017.