People are in too much of a hurry these days. On any given day at any given intersection you can witness the seemingly endless procession of red-light runners. Are the few minutes they save worth the possible consequences?
I want to thank the people who came to the aid of my family early New Year's Day, who witnessed a white Ford Windstar van that ran a red light that morning on 6200 South and "T-boned" my daughter's vehicle.
Four people on board were injured, including a pregnant woman, and a 3-year-old returning home from a family party was traumatized. The van's driver subsequently fled the scene, running a second red light, narrowly missing another vehicle, without the slightest concern for human life other than his (or hers).