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Zachery Oakes on dangers from syringes: Be vigilant at all times

Needles in public places are a dangerous hazard . . . thanks to local law enforcement for doing all they can to dispose of these needles before an accident occurs.
Comments re article 98581 Josh Brockman: Latest incident of syringes involves City Park

By Zachery Oakes

Local law enforcement deal with this type of issue quite frequently, from what I understand, so it is always a good idea to just be vigilant at all times, especially with children.

I do appreciate the Columbia Police Department releasing this information to the public.

Needles in public places are a dangerous hazard, and thanks to local law enforcement for doing all they can to dispose of these needles before an accident occurs. - Zachery Oakes




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