Tractor-trailer crash snarls I-78 tra...

Tractor-trailer crash snarls I-78 traffic again

There are 8 comments on the The Morning Call story from Jun 13, 2007, titled Tractor-trailer crash snarls I-78 traffic again. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Another tractor-trailer crashed into a line of cars stopped in a construction zone this afternoon on Interstate 78 in Tilden Township, causing a chain reaction and a traffic jam that lasted about an hour, ...

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snowman Bethlehem PA

Annapolis, MD

#1 Jun 13, 2007
If we are going to work on the f-----g road let's get the State Police up there. We had the same problems on US22 back in the 70's and 80's. When PENNDOT asked for and got help from the State Police it really cut down on the problems, BUT I FORGET, the joker leading the PENNDOT came from Louisianna. He doesn't understand what he is getting paid to do, THINK!!!!! Then do something before more get killed .
David

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Jun 13, 2007
Yes, I remember those days. Good idea.
Oblivious

Easton, PA

#3 Jun 13, 2007
wait... the article says "gallman" has not been charged in the crash??? the one that killed 3 innocent people??? um.... justice---- where are you? there's something very strange going on... now another accident? let me guess...no charges there either especially since no one died.
James Jones

Johnsonburg, PA

#4 Jun 14, 2007
PA has to stop trucks from driving 90 miles per hour on our interstates. It's not a train track out there, someone stops and all hell breaks loose. It's time to enforce our speed limits. Other states do. Even Gov. Rendell says its not safe to drive the speed limit in PA 'cause you will get run over.http://www.solomonswords. blogspot.com
Bert

Orono, ME

#5 Jun 19, 2007
For some reason the cops are completely ineffective in controlling the speed limit in PA.- especially for trucks.

The interstate in PA is a wild wild west scene, with the state police sleeping through the show.
John D

Warren, NJ

#6 Jun 19, 2007
That is true! The state police literally sleep in their cars on 78! I do 80 - 90 mph regularly and WAVE at the cops as I go back.. half the time, their heads are back and they are sleeping! Once in a while, they will even wave back!

I love it!
Buster Brown

Emmaus, PA

#7 Jun 19, 2007
John D wrote:
That is true! The state police literally sleep in their cars on 78! I do 80 - 90 mph regularly and WAVE at the cops as I go back.. half the time, their heads are back and they are sleeping! Once in a while, they will even wave back!
I love it!
I bet you do, how old are you?
John D

Warren, NJ

#8 Jun 19, 2007
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