In keeping with a tradition that has become more reliable than the Thanksgiving Day Parade, there was yet another car crash on the corner of Pratt and Adams Streets today. Coming home from work, I had the chance to watch the last car being loaded onto the back of a tow truck. Two cars were involved and one person was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.
As I've said in previous posts this is a recurring incident that you would be hard pressed to see occurring elsewhere in this city. The East End neighborhood association has spoken to just about anyone who would listen about the speeding and frequency of accidents without any results. Yet, somehow the city council found the time and consulted with the police commissioner in multiple sessions about a resident who apparently doesn't move his car enough times in a 24 hour period.Read more
Holding true to the regularly scheduled traffic accidents at the intersection of Pratt St and Adams St, two cars collided today as someone rolled through the stop sign. For years this community has been trying to work with the city to alleviate this issue. Even to the point of trying to raise money so WE would pay for speed humps to slow down traffic . Following all the steps we were asked to follow lead us nowhere . Trying to contact Jim Stowe on no less than 5 occassions to again open a dialogue after an SUV totalled 3 cars and rolled onto it's roof in a one block stretch had no response from our councilman. None of the e-mails were returned as undeliverable and none were given the courtesy of a response. How bad does it have to get ? Do you need to see a death before you respond Mr Stowe ? Will that be important enough for your time ? It may not be a big deal to you so why don't you explain it to the kids who have to dive for cover when the drivers speed down Pratt as a shortcut to Main St.Read more