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Jeremy Goldy

I continue to drive past dads wreck site and to this day there is not a barrier in place. I have read several articles of accidents on 69 that could have been prevented by barriers.

Jeremy Godly

Just think if Alabama had installed the cable barriers. We might have these four Angola boys with us today.


Mitch, They are finally doing something. Only took 4 years and more injuries and fatalities, at least someone will be saved going forward! http://www.wane.com/dpp/news/more-cable-barriers-coming-to-i-69

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