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Writer says driving habits of some are chilling

'It is chilling to see the insane amount of people running the stop light at the Greensburg Road/Bypass intersection! Usually to turn right towards the schools.'- Jennifer Parker
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By Jennifer Parker
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Ed, I have had the unfortunate experience of witnessing so many drivers on my way to and from taking my granddaughter to school each day totally ignore driving laws.


It is chilling to see the insane amount of people running the stop light at the Greensburg Road/Bypass intersection.

Usually to turn right towards the schools. Do they really not know you have to Stop and look before turning? Once the stop sign runner proceeded to go to the school bus garage.

This morning it was a young woman who arrived at the Primary Center ahead of me after not even slowing down to pull out. She got out at the school & she had a young child with her.

Total lack of concern for life.

We seriously need more patrols in our community. :( --Jennifer Parker



This story was posted on 2016-09-09 07:50:38
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