Unplowed roads dangerous for storm pa...

Unplowed roads dangerous for storm patients

There are 6 comments on the Connecticut Post story from Feb 12, 2013, titled Unplowed roads dangerous for storm patients. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

The weekend blizzard left the usual rash of storm-related injuries and illnesses in its wake -- car accidents, heart attacks, asthma attacks, falls and carbon monoxide exposure, among them.

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upset

Bridgeport, CT

#1 Feb 13, 2013
Price Street in Bridgeport has not seen any kind of snow plowing effort from the city of Bridgeport. The mayor has the luxury to stay home if he pleases after all we do pay enough taxes for him to have that luxury. The tax payers that live on Price Street had to dig themselves out in order to get to work. CAN WE GET THE CITY TO PRICE STREET? WE ARE RIGHT OF PALISADE AND TWO MINUTES FROM BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL. How dare Mayor Finch take credit for clean streets in Bridgeport when the ambulance cant even get through the streets to save life's. SHAME ON YOU! We pay the most and get the least!

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#2 Feb 13, 2013
upset wrote:
Price Street in Bridgeport has not seen any kind of snow plowing effort from the city of Bridgeport. The mayor has the luxury to stay home if he pleases after all we do pay enough taxes for him to have that luxury. The tax payers that live on Price Street had to dig themselves out in order to get to work. CAN WE GET THE CITY TO PRICE STREET? WE ARE RIGHT OF PALISADE AND TWO MINUTES FROM BRIDGEPORT HOSPITAL. How dare Mayor Finch take credit for clean streets in Bridgeport when the ambulance cant even get through the streets to save life's. SHAME ON YOU! We pay the most and get the least!
Your last sentence is the very essence of living under ironclad democrat rule. Oh and by the way, traveling is against the rules in Bridgeport.
BPT

New Haven, CT

#3 Feb 13, 2013
there will be plenty of lawsuits.......

“'never'”

Since: Mar 11

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#4 Feb 13, 2013
BPT wrote:
there will be plenty of lawsuits.......
Did you see the news this morning? A young man died of an asthma attack on an unplowed street, 1000' from St. Vincents hospital.
BPT

New Haven, CT

#5 Feb 13, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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Did you see the news this morning? A young man died of an asthma attack on an unplowed street, 1000' from St. Vincents hospital.
i saw that story last night.

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Since: Mar 11

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#6 Feb 13, 2013
BPT wrote:
<quoted text>i saw that story last night.
Can you imagine how that young lady is feeling? It's just such bad luck. I know a family who dragged in a family member and she literally died on the elevator ride up to the emergency room- one of those slow elevators.

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