published Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

Chattanooga: Four car wreck on Market Street Bridge

Police are currently on the scene of a four-car accident blocking both lanes of the Market Street Bridge in Chattanooga, according to 911 dispatchers.

No one was injured in the wreck, but it may be an hour or two to completely clear the scene, the dispatcher said.

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NoMyth said...

This is not surprise. Most people drive 50 mph this bridge while talking on the mobile phones. It will happen again, and people will die (including innocent pedestrians) unless the city installs speed cameras on this bridge and limits speeds to 30 mph. I won't hold my breath and it will be terribly sad when one or more people die because of the inaction of the city and the failure of the citizens to demand safe roadways.

May 4, 2011 at 8:51 p.m.
mrredskin said...

more speed cameras. more big government. anything else, myth?

May 5, 2011 at 8:20 a.m.
dao1980 said...

I have a better idea.

Lets pad all the sharp corners on every street corner, and lay rubber mats down on the sidewalks so it wont hurt if we fall down.

That way we can all walk around half asleep with no threat of injury or death.

Personal responsibility? Who needs it. I want to know that the government will always be there to make sure I don't get hurt no matter how little attention I pay to what's going on around me.

May 5, 2011 at 8:29 a.m.
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