Thursday, April 02, 2020

Crashes Continue On Kansas City Streets Despite Coronavirus Traffic Cutbacks

Another reminder that this town suffers from a deadly case of LeadFoot - A condition that kills hundreds every year. Read more:

KCPD says traffic crashes not decreasing despite stay-at-home order

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, police say that despite a stay-at-home order keeping many people inside their homes, the number of traffic crashes during the last part of March was fairly consistent compared with the prior year.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

On the highways, people are now driving faster than the speed limits. That's the reason why. Many think less traffic means I can do whatever I want. Then, of course, they crash. Coming back to reality that they still need to obey traffic laws.

Anonymous said...

^^Thanks Maude for that dime-store analysis, but you haven't driven in decades. Please go back to your "stories".

Anonymous said...

Who's Maude? And what does she have to do with 8:24AM comment?