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Caoimhe Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-23-06 02:43 PM
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42. I agree, I see them everywhere
and many times they are a danger. Here there is one spot along a reservoir where a man drove off into the water with 4 kids in the car (he got out but couldn't save the kids) the family put up four crosses. Within a week there was another crash as someone had slowed down SUDDENLY to look at the crosses and someone rear ended them. Thank god they didn't end up in the drink too, but it was close. The state took the crosses down as a safety thing. I agree, save it for the cemetery. Our highway right of ways should not be for memorializing those who died on them. It just helps more people die on them.
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