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Old 04-05-2015, 01:30 PM
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Funeral service vehicle accidents are seemingly becoming too frequent. Van from Mitchell FH in Paragould.



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thats because no one has any respect any more for each other. we are now living in a all about me society. reinforced by our education system.

that and no one is taught to drive any more. fond remembrance of drivers Ed in school. were a responsible adult reinforced you see that pull over and come to a complete stop.

what always amused me running EMS is everyone is in a hurry till the wreck. then they have all day. it's like getting in accident is a legitimate excuse to not have to do the 10,00 things you laid out for yourself that day .
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