That's 3 more cops than there should be. I am done with my tax dollars being spent to keep protestors safe, while I have to dodge unpredictable junkies and crazies every time I step foot outside.
The Greater Victoria traffic incident/accident thread
Posted 10 January 2022 - 09:02 AM
Posted 10 January 2022 - 09:14 AM
They must be night shift workers in order to have their mornings free.
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Posted 10 January 2022 - 07:59 PM
I don't understand the time delay, send the wagons out and scoop them up immediately.
That way they would have minimal impact and might stop with the idiotic protesting.
Posted 14 January 2022 - 08:20 AM
- Times Colonist
- 14 Jan 2022
- JOHN DUCKER
The dashcam footage from Blanshard and Bay of a pedestrian being struck by a car back on Dec. 30th is a shocker. It’s one thing to hear or read about these terrible moments, it’s another thing to see it up close and for real on video. The unambiguousness of videos like this surely means they will become standard equipment on all new vehicles in the near future.
But despite their growing popularity and other advances in automobile tech such as GPS tracking and black box readouts, there will always be a need for effective citizen witnesses to traffic incidents.
Have you ever thought about it? What do I do when a motor vehicle catastrophe happens right in front of me? As a good citizen and driver, your response can be vital. Here are some basics:
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