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Old 02-16-2011, 06:55 PM   #15
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To add insult to injury the driver may also have received a sitation for crossing the median.

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Oh yeah. The FHP wouldn't miss an opportunity like that.

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Drove by the "Scene of the Mistake" again today.

No skid marks northbound or southbound. Lots of tornup grass and a few pieces of metal and plastic.

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Are you saying he doesn't have ERS.
One phone call gets you towed out. Sign and leave.

No $$$ spent.

That left front could be flat. Or it is in a big hole.

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