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Distracted driving needs our attention

CDOT’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month is all of April. Driving distracted is the leading cause of crashes.

We’ve all witnessed drivers drifting lanes, texting, slurping or munching not paying attention to the task at hand. Anyone have their own narrow miss? With tons of moving force under our control, let’s stop taking chances.

Pull over, take care of any needs when not moving. Let’s not become our own version (or someones else’s) of a really bad day.

Diane Reynolds

Glenwood Springs

Take A Minute/Slow Down in Town committee member

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