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Louise Butler: It's not the road

Louise Butler writes:
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Itís not the road! Wonder how many people have been killed on I-65 or I-75 or Bluegrass Parkway or Highway 210? Why do we need to blame the road for human error? Until and only until people become responsible defensive drivers there will continue to be people hurt or killed. There were many accidents on N 55 before it became Heartland Parkway and there wasnít much said about it. Itís the drivers responsibility to have control of his vehicle at all times. We all need to quit being distracted and stay attentive to our driving. --Louise Butler
Comments re article 93790 Does someone have to be killed for KY 55 to be made safer



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