Hardwick FlooringAlabama MasonrySolomonKennedy Land & TimberKrispy KremeDothan PeriodonicsMPIChris MaddoxFun ZoneDothan PCBig PineHouse of FlowersDMGDustin FowlerTri-State ParkingRich RetailsThe PlantBill RobisonMedia MechanicDothan LivestockCherry & Irwin Personal Injury AttorneysFlowers HospitalLloyds WreckerGreg Faulk
Teds Temps



ALABAMA MOVE OVER: TWO STATE TROOPERS HIT ALONG INTERSTATE

Rickey Stokes

Viewed: 6643

Posted by: RStokes
rstokes1450@gmail.com
334-790-1729
Date: Feb 18 2019 8:49 PM

ALABAMA:   


In the last four days, two Alabama State Troopers have been hit inside their parked patrol units along the interstate in Tuscaloosa.


Local first responders are begging motorists to be more alert and follow the Move Over law. The law has been enforced since 2010 and required motorists to move into an available lane away from emergency vehicles using their emergency signals. If motorists are unable to safely change lanes, they are supposed to slow down to a reasonable speed.


“Each year hundreds of people are injured or killed by passing motorists while working alongside the nations highways,” said Senior Trooper Reginal King with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.


The first collision happened just before 3 a.m. on Feb. 14 on I-59 Northbound at exit 73, the McFarland Boulevard exit. The accident report shows a tractor-trailer plowed into a state trooper who was inside his car working construction detail. The trooper was taken to the hospital.


“It only takes a split second for a driver to take his eyes of the roadway,” King said.


CLICK FOR FULL ARTICLE


First Funeral

<- back


Morris Cary Andrews
Fun ZoneChris MaddoxDMGJohnny Small EngineBuddysKnights WreckerFun ZoneBill RobisonFerhguson WreckerBuddyNantze SideHarley DavidsonCherry & Irwin Personal Injury AttorneysWiregrass ElectricKrispy KremeAuto SmartMazdaGreg FaulkDothan Pest ControlBig PineTeds TempsRich Retails