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Williams County Fraternal
Order of Police Golf Outing Saturday July 25, 2015.
Orchard Hills Golf Course 10277 County Rd D Bryan Ohio.
All money raised stays in Williams county for college scholarships.
$50 per person/$200 a team. Price includes lunch.
Did you know that when you send or receive a text you take your eyes off the road for 5 seconds? At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field, blindfolded.
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Though a motorcycle is a small
vehicle, its operator still has all the rights of the road as any other
motorist. Allow the motorcycle the full width of a lane at all times.
Always signal when changing lanes or merging with traffic.
If you see a motorcycle with a signal on, be careful: motorcycle signals
are often non-canceling and could have been forgotten. Always ensure that the
motorcycle is turning before proceeding.
Check all mirrors and blind spots for motorcycles before changing lanes
or merging with traffic, especially at intersections.
Always allow more follow distance – three to four seconds – when
behind a motorcycle. This gives them more time to maneuver or stop in an
• Never drive distracted or
Motorcyclists can increase
their safety by following these steps:
Wear a DOT-compliant helmet and other protective gear.
Obey all traffic laws and be properly licensed.
Use hand and turn signals at every lane change or turn.
Wear brightly colored clothes and reflective tape to increase visibility.
Ride in the middle of the lane where you will be more visible to drivers.
• Never ride distracted or impaired.
What is an emergency notification system sign?
An Emergency Notification System (ENS) sign, posted at or near a highway-rail grade crossing, lists a telephone number along with the crossing's US DOT number and is used to notify the railroad of an emergency or warning device malfunction
Police: Man in stolen car
gets lost, runs out of gas
PLAINFIELD, Pa. (AP) —
Police say a New York City man driving a stolen car took the wrong road and
ended up lost and without gas in Pennsylvania.
State police say 26-year-old
Cristian Osorio left Queens early Friday and was headed to Syracuse, New York.
State police tell The Morning
Call (http://bit.ly/1FJWT0e ) Osorio got lost and ended up on the side of Route
33 in Plainfield, Pennsylvania, on Saturday. That's when a state trooper arrived
to help and discovered the car was stolen.
Osorio is held on $15,000
bail, charged with receiving stolen property and unauthorized use of a motor
Information from: The Morning Call, http://www.mcall.com
2014 Traffic crashes for the City of Bryan
2015 Traffic crashes for the City Of Bryan