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Who is Casey LaDelle?

Who is Casey LaDelle?

Casey LaDelle formerly drove a monster truck -- Hot Stuff and Sudden Impact. He is a retired driver. 

Casey LaDelle is also identified as an owner an operator of Cascade Heavy Rescue in Bend Oregon. The company specializes in off road recovery and towing throughout central Oregon.

Apparently the name is associated with two different people, but the conclusion is pending.

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