OK, so the barrier failed, but that doesn’t mean the investigation should.

All the discussions about a crash that killed two teenagers last Friday seem to center on the fact that the median barrier failed to keep the car from crossing into oncoming traffic and hitting a vehicle traveling in the opposite direction.

But not much of it has questioned why the driver failed to keep the car from crossing into oncoming traffic.

Should we look at why the barrier failed to do its job?

Of course.

But we shouldn’t hide behind the barrier when it comes to finding out why a car full of teenagers, tadalafil viagra none of whom seemed to be wearing their seat belts, suddenly crossed into oncoming traffic on a typical Friday afternoon.

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