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Linda Cook: Drivers at south end of Bypass need more warning

Linda Cook writes:
Ed, seems like the accident in question that took a life previously at that location was one involving Mr. Remus Howard. I may be wrong (please check your archives to be sure), but he lived a few days after the wreck but succumbed to injuries stemming from the incident. It's been something like 4 years, give or take a little. Again, I could be completely off base. (You're right, as Bob Barnes and Jay Cox reported earlier).

On a side note, we come and go South 55 from home to work or town and back. After more than one person pulling out in front of me, I try to be more vigilant at that intersection. I agree with Ms. Rarey - there needs to be something more in that area. Before daybreak or after dark can be especially dangerous, even more so if one is not familiar with the traffic flow. - Linda Cook
Comments re article 69005 Writer says improvements need to be made at Bypass S KY 55



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