State regulators have cited and fined a Watsonville-based firm for a June 22 incident when a concrete truck flipped and trapped the driver along El Camino Real in Palo Alto. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) found that Graniterock failed to ensure that a concrete mixer truck would be operated at a safe speed that wouldn’t endanger the driver, according to the Dec. 21 citation. The company was fined $600. Graniterock was a subcontractor hired to deliver various concrete mixes to the site, which were used to install forms and reinforcing steel for a 62,616-square-foot commercial building and a two-level garage at 2600 El Camino Real, the former site of a Brutalist building. The truck was destined for an area to pump out concrete. Two other Graniterock had made successful four deliveries to the same location prior to the incident, according to Cal/OSHA. But as the driver with the fifth load backed up on an earthen ramp, the truck rolled off and turned over, trapping him in the cab, according to the report. The driver said there was no flagger to spot him as he slowly backed up to the ramp. There were also impediments that caused the drivers ...