Two eerily identical lethal pile-up’s, years apart, are lifting questions about how law coercion responds to impassioned haze and fume – and because their procedures haven’t been updated.
Thick fume and haze blanketed a highway a morning 11 were killed in a lethal wreck on I-75 nearby Gainesville progressing this year.
It was roughly a same conditions drivers faced 4 years progressing in a lethal 70 automobile wreck on Interstate 4 in Polk County that claimed 4 lives.
After a I-4 crashes, a highway unit pronounced it would amp adult training and tweak procedures to understanding with fume and haze on Florida highways.
But, according to a Florida Department of Law coercion report, expelled in April, a Florida Highway Patrol did small to urge a haze and fume procedures.
And, a news says what changes were done were singular and a successive training ineffective.
So far, a state of Florida is confronting 11 intents to sue over January’s I-75 crashes.