I just don't understand
by sasieblonde2001
 in response to High speed police chase
Aug 07, 2009 | 77 views | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print

This was a really sad week in Calhoun County.  Two deaths because of high speed police chases.    HWY 21 is an accident waiting to happen on a normal day.  You add police cars going 70 or 80 mph trying to stop someone who is going a little bit faster and the only outcome would be disaster.  Four lanes there to swerve in and out of,  AND  Glade Rd. (doing good to be wide enough for 1  car) and put a high speed chase on that road through a residential area too.  What were the police thinking?  I am sure it was more than one car chasing and I by no means don’t claim to be an expert on anything of the law, and I also respect policeman to the max.  BUT they really had a bad call on this one. Those guys could have been followed (not closely but within sight) by several different cars  until they stopped.  Just like the guy on 21 could have been.  So they were drunk, don’t you get stopped for DUI to keep you from killing someone or yourself on the road?  What happens when you chase them?  They might just have made it home alive that night DRUNK!  (and I am totally against drinking and driving)

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