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Police say Rotterdam Junction driver who killed friend had suspended license

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A Rotterdam Junction man who struck and killed his good friend in an accident earlier this month didn’t cause the accident, but he was driving with a suspended license, police said Thursday. Meanwhile, police released more details about the accident, including the possibility that the man killed may have driven through the red light acting on a cue from a right-turning truck in front of him. He may have assumed the light had turned green, ...

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mkg314
August 23, 2013
7:53 a.m.

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He should also have looked both ways regardless of the traffic signal and regardless of who had the right of way - basic defensive driving.

grant18
August 23, 2013
7:58 a.m.

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Bad copy editing again - no time to "break"? - PUH-LEEEZE!

cidbil
August 23, 2013
2:55 p.m.

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grant18 : I'm curious, do also check and point out the editing on all of the local sites, ie; TU, Saratogian etc., or do you reserve your nit picking for the Gazette exclusively?

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