Regarding the April 7 news article “Wendell teens killed in crash recalled fondly”: We read with sadness that two young girls have died in a head-on collision with another vehicle after crossing the highway center line.
I have noticed that more often than not, if I am in a right-hand curve, there is a pretty fair chance that an oncoming vehicle will be cutting the curve and crossing the solid yellow line into my lane. Maybe the driver wants to save a few milliseconds by cutting a couple of feet off his travel, but the consequences are too often fatal.
Driving should not be like a NASCAR race where every second counts. Other drivers should please pay attention to which side of the yellow line is theirs and which is mine.
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