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Early Morning Spin Out

by Bobby Blair
July 10, 2013

Early morning slippery roads could have been a factor in an early morning spin out which left a vehicle hung up on the sidewalk in front of 122 Norfolk Street not far from the intersection of Franklin Street. The stonewall along this section of Norfolk Street and a bend in the road have been struck many, many times.

The driver of the vehicle in the blue shirt did not require medical attention. Mom arrived and spoke with Sgt. George Leurini and to give her son a ride to work. The mishap occured at 6:34 a.m.

 

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Luckily nobody was hurt. AND lucky the car didn't take out my fence and front vegetable garden across the street. that fence used to have 10 sections. now it has seven.

- Andrew Mades | 7/10/13 9:23 AM

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