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24-hour safety attitudes
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Safety is not a switch employees
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All it took to turn a
routine April morning commute into a 98-car nightmare of
wreckage and mayhem was a little rain, sudden bright
sunshine, and some careless drivers.
"This is a wreck that just didn't need
to happen," said a spokesman for the Missouri Highway Patrol in St.
Louis. "The real blame is on people driving too fast for the
conditions and following each other too closely in inclement
weather. Vehicles were kicking up a lot of mist and causing glare.
Someone looked ahead and saw traffic backed up, hit the brakes, and
then started to skid. That's how this whole mess got started."
For about 40 people, the pileup ended in
an emergency room. Amazingly, no one ended up in a morgue.
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