Monday, July 17, 2017

Fear Summer Crash Season: Kansas City Copes With 13 Traffic Deaths In One Week

Another aspect of the ongoing slaughter on local streets. Take a look:

Fatal crashes cause emotional drain for first responders

Law enforcement officials in the Kansas City metro area are dealing with 13 traffic fatalities in the past week.The latest person to die, 34-year-old Ryan Prince of Raymore, who crashed a motorcycle at a high rate of speed around 1:30 a.m. Saturday.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

who crashed a motorcycle at a high rate of speed around 1:30 a.m. Saturday.

What, am I supposed to feel sorry for this person?
Idiot...

"It's critical that we get everything mapped and we get all the evidence recorded because that's going to relate directly to what our conclusions are," Mohoney said. "Sometimes shutting down the roadway is something we have to do -- (the officers) will literally be on their hands and knees, looking for very feint tire marks."

Why, guy is dead forever. There is your conclusion.
Oh, for insurance companies, right? Tools.

Anonymous said...

Reallocating traffic crews to the inner city to fight street violence doesn't help. Maybe Nova can help with traffic enforcement during the day since traffic is doing their job at night.

Retro ROCKER said...

I have seen it many times. Some one is driving. 85 plus miles per hour in a 65 mile.zone.

Anonymous said...

Why do semis always catch fire when wreaked these days?