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Reckless drivers

When I was taking my dog for a walk June 4 at about 7 p.m., some jerks (two) came around the corner of Gold Hill Drive and almost hit a friend of mine. Those guys must have been going at least 80 or 90 mph. Someone on Copper said that they saw them up there and they were only on two wheels.

What happened to the Highway Patrol or city police coming up this way? Does somebody have to be killed before anything drastic is done? In my opinion, there is too much of this happening too often, and nothing is being done about it, either. It seems that wherever you go, you are taking your life in your hands. I sure hope that something is done.

Sandra Lundgren

Grass Valley

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