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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, June 28, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Dangerous drivers

Regarding the story “Pedestrian struck” (June 11) about an elderly man being hit by a car in the Apollo Plaza: This attracted my notice because I have witnessed a lot of rude, aggressive drivers lately in Apollo, Vandergrift, Lower Burrell and other places.

There are too many dangerous drivers for it to be a coincidence. Is it because of all of the road construction? Is it bad time management? Or is it the prevailing feeling that laws don't really matter anymore?

We see passing on the wrong side, passing in no-passing zones, speeding.

If the local police enforced the laws and wrote more tickets, we'd all be safer and the fines would more than pay the cost of those police departments.

Loretta Scott

Apollo

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