GLHSstudent2013's comment history

GLHSstudent2013 said...

Yes, people have accidents and it can be caused by many things. Trees, ditches, and whatever else that may get in someones way could be a problem as well. No they don't "jump" out in front of you, but some issues could be resolved if they weren't where they are placed. Guard rails could possibly help, but that might cause further issues. No one needs to come "pad" every corner in our houses just to make us feel safe. There are people who have lost loved ones and this might be their way of getting their voices heard. I had a car riding my tail on that road the other day and it was an adult. I was going the correct speed limit, but they failed to do just that. The police are trying to enforce the speed limit more and I am grateful. I've always been afraid of this road even before I was aware of any accidents. Needless to say, people have their opinions and they will express them. There is no right or wrong response to this issue. There are no perfect drivers. There are no perfect roads. but we can try to be safer drivers on tricky roads.

November 18, 2011 at 4:39 p.m.
GLHSstudent2013 said...

It's ADULTS as well. Last time I check they aren't perfect drivers.

November 17, 2011 at 8 p.m.
GLHSstudent2013 said...

I doesn't matter if your child has had amazing driving techniques. When it's your time to go, it's your time to go. I might be young and you can say whatever you want about this post, but most of the above post are heartless. I knew Jordan and I know Kassidy and they are two Amazing people. I'm a driver myself and the most skilled driver could still have an issue with this curve Until you have experienced this road on a rainy day or not you shouldn't judge. Mrs. Oliver started this petition to try and keep others safe,and I'm totally behind her.

November 17, 2011 at 6:40 p.m.
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