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Peggy Fudge comments on another deadly accident

Deadly Bypass. We must do something, writer says

By Peggy Fudge
Commentary

Another deadly accident on the by-pass.

I am wondering-
Did the persons who planned this road evaluate its safety?
Did they expect fatalities at these high speed intersections?
How do the statistics on our by-pass compare to similar towns with a new by-pass?
How many fatal car crashes occured within the city limits before the construction of the by-pass?
What can we do to make this road safe?
We must do something.

My heart goes out to the family of the woman who lost her life.

I pray that someone will find some way assure that it never happens again. - PEGGY FUDGE

See related: Adair County fatality occurs at Burkesville RD/Veterans Bypass



This story was posted on 2013-01-22 00:51:55
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