Pocono roads took deadly toll in 2010

Pocono roads took deadly toll in 2010

There are 3 comments on the Pocono Record story from Dec 31, 2010, titled Pocono roads took deadly toll in 2010. In it, Pocono Record reports that:

With more than 35 people dying on Monroe County roads in 2010, Pocono officials are trying to figure out ways to reduce that number in 2011.

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BAS

United States

#1 Jan 7, 2011
Think unmarked cars, speed limit, etc. enforcement, meaningful fines.

Since: Sep 09

Effort

#2 Jan 7, 2011
BAS wrote:
Think unmarked cars, speed limit, etc. enforcement, meaningful fines.
Think real drivers education, tours of the morgue, community service, school credits for rescue squad and fire departments.
manic

Blauvelt, NY

#3 Jan 7, 2011
The crown victs are easy to spot, but the chargers are dime a dozen in many different configurations.
4cyl, fwd
6cy, rwd/awd
8cyl, rwd/awd
hemi or whatever charged 450hp. RWD/AWD

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