Traffic problems do occur at Cameron Road intersection


Wednesday, one week ago, I was on my way to the Country Store on Cameron Road. In front of me was a tractor-trailer rig trying to make the greater-than-90 degree turn down toward Nichols Brothers. There was a pickup truck waiting to turn left onto the highway who couldn’t summon up the courtesy to back away from the stop line, so the combination rig had to stop part way through his turn and back his rig across the highway in order to have room to complete the turn. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time to see this. I wonder how often this happens.



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