SCRANTON, Pa. -- Big rigs were out in force at Johnson College in Scranton on Sunday for the second annual Diesel Jam in memory of Andrew Mazza who was killed in a crash in Susquehanna County in 2016.
Mazza's family and friends organized the event because Mazza wanted to work on diesel trucks for a living. There is now a scholarship in his name for students who want to do the same thing.
"Andrew had a great passion for the diesel performance end of trucks, heavy trucks, performance trucks, anything diesel," said Phillip Mazza, Andrew's dad.
The event also featured vendors, food, live entertainment, and a mobile dyno.
Money raised supports the Diesel Truck Technology Program at Johnson College and the Andrew Mazza Foundation which helps with student scholarships.
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