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Law enforcement dealing with higher speeds

August 13, 2013

ST. CLAIRSVILLE - Interstate 70 through Belmont County has seen an increase in the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph....

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Aug-15-13 1:28 PM

Facts first, please! In 2011, Ohio's rural interstates had 49 deaths at a rate of 0.54 per 100-million-miles. That's FIVE PERCENT (5%) of Ohio traffic deaths on the SAFEST BY FAR rural roads; other rural roads have rates of 1.50 to 3.87, which is 3-to-7 times higher! If safety was the concern, the Patrol would barely spend any time on the interstates. You can look at the Patrol's own website, look at the fatality map for Belmont County, and see for yourself.

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Aug-13-13 9:18 PM

Leave drug control to the DEA!!!

We pay you to be the "Highway Patrol"

Your ONLY concern should be speeding and unsafe operation of a motor vehicle!!

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