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they had asked me to meet up with some other emplyees a hour away from where i was to get a "tool" when i was on the way to meet them i was being followed by another emplyee, so i asked a guy in my office what was going on he said they were going to let me go, unofficially he spoke, so i turned around and headed towards home, which was where my boss knew i was heading. I was never told not to be in the vehicle or anything.
Now I can't even get the reason for termination
fleeing? Driving my family home so I dont get stuck 6-7 hours away when i was told by my boss that the main thing is to get home safley, with the truck. I was going home to avoid being stuck out of state with my wife and kid. Would that be considered fleeing?
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