No Life Threatening Injuries After Driver Strikes MSP Cruiser Near Bancroft
MOVE OVER and SLOW DOWN
Now it's the law: you must slow down to at least 10 miles per hour below the posted speed limit, and if you're able to, you must move over when you see an emergency vehicle pulled over with lights flashing. This includes tow trucks and the like. But that didn't happen over the weekend on I-69 near Bancroft, where an MSP cruiser was significantly damaged when it was struck from behind.
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Authorities say all involved are expected to be OK. An MSP tweet on Monday morning read "Luckily there were no life threatening injuries."
Violators face a $400 ticket.
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Episode 09: People and Places Awards - 5.30.19
Josh Strickland talks the Uplift Shiawassee People and Places Awards and recaps the winners. Strickland also announces that changes are coming to the Shiawassee Radio podcast.
Get the complete People and Places Awards winners list here.