The recent spate of deaths on our roads has been pretty alarming. I have been saddened by the saga, but as it has continued, I have also felt the beginnings of impotent rage at the problem. Why can’t we stop people from killing each other senselessly on our roads? If these deaths were occurring as a result of anything other than our beloved cars, there would be public outcry and the government would most likely be swift to enact systemic change. Imagine if we had three or four separate fatal workplace accidents or murders around the state in the last week. Well recently within a week, we had three or four fatal car crashes, which produced the same net result, and we seem far too comfortable with it.
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