Loads of danger
I almost died in a car wreck this week on Interstate 440 swerving out of the way of a ladder in the middle of the road while I was doing 65 mph in rush hour traffic. Luckily no one was hurt, including me, but besides being shaken up, why was there a ladder in the middle of the road?
Simple, because these construction workers don’t secure their loads and our government is so pre-occupied with “texting while driving.” They need to focus on “driving without securing payloads.”
How many people have to be injured and/or die on our roads due to trash? Clean up the roads before something else bad happens!
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