Drag racing on the main streets of Dallas TX has become a serious matter to local police.
WE HEAR THE CARS RACING DOWN THE STREET almost once every day or night.
Today was no exception. However, I did receive a recent notification in E-mail about the most recent news on the subject. The speed limit on our street is 35 mph. But that is the ideal speed limit. More often than not, drivers along this stretch of road that is a link between two major freeway exchanges, is along the speed of about 45 mph on average, but often they drive even faster, running past red lights. The sirens of emergency responders from the Dallas Fire Department, usually drive past our house several times a week, day or night. One being the ambulance or mobile ICU as they are called and the other emergency vehicle that follows behind it in about 3 to 5 minutes afterward, is the fire truck. When this happens it turns out to be almost invariably, a vehicular collision at a nearby intersection, where two-6 lane streets or avenues cross paths at right angles.
The recurrence of accidents by vehicles at major intersections has become an all too often regular event here on the streets of Dallas, Texas, and no end is in sight.
Look at street racers in South Oak Cliff from CBS local
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