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jdtrip  
LaVernia  
March 8, 2012 11:53am
 
I'm sorry to hear about this tragic accident, but the trucks are not solely responsible for accidents. Just yesterday I was pasted by a F250 in the same location going WELL over 80mph, and almost lost control of her truck while passing me. Everyday I have noticed sn increase in people's speed on Hwy 87, these are the people causing accidents. I can not stand to hear people solely blame truck drivers. If it was for truck drivers we would have MANY of our daily supplies. My Father has been driving trucks for 30 years, and has MANY safety awards for so many years of accident free driving. I have driven with him on numeruos occasion where people just have zero regard for trucks on the road, sppeding pass them and then cutting them off and slamming on their breaks. I'm not saying we need to give 18wheelers the right way, but we need to respect trucks and realize they can not react as fast as we many think.
     
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