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posted by 2dollar

In reply to: Two teenagers hit by Jeep on Milledge Avenue »

January 11, 2013

Potash was obviously trying to pass someone in the center lane instead of waiting in traffic like everyone else, on one of Athens' busiest and most pedestrian-lined streets, in a careless enough manner to strike two people hard enough to hospitalize them, and he already had a suspended license.

The guy who hit the female cyclist a couple weeks back had his face put in the paper after using poor judgement regarding his decision to drive home after a questionable amount of drinking; I would respectfully like to see this selfish jerk's face published as well.

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