A Missouri truck driver who was severely beaten at a gas station in Fort Hall last month says he may never be able to drive a commercial vehicle again, adding that he doesn’t think the Fort Hall Police Department is taking the incident seriously.

Amos Phillips, of Camdenton, Missouri, was sleeping in the cab of his semi, which was parked at the TP Truck Stop near Interstate 15 in Fort Hall, when a large Native American man broke into his locked vehicle and attacked him, he says.

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