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Accident At Boston Post Road And Neck Road Results In Injuries

Initial unconfirmed reports indicate that injuries may have been minor.

 

Madison Hose Co. No. 1, Madison police and ambulance crews responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Boston Post Road and Neck Road around 5:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Initial unconfirmed reports indicate that injuries were sustained and that the injuries may have been minor.

No additional information about the accident was immediately available.

Jimmy (JJ) Johnston September 28, 2012 at 11:24 AM
Can we expect that someone will paint a junk car silver and chain it to a public street sign or utility pole as a reminder that accidents can happen?
Wilson September 28, 2012 at 12:13 PM
I get it, we all need to be careful on Route 1. However, I drive by Neck Rd. daily. The number of cars flying out on to Route 1 sometimes one tucked right behind the first avoiding a full stop thus causing you to slam on your breaks is amazing. It reminds me of the number of times you drive by bicyclist on Route 1 that are side-by-side or clearly in the road and not on the side. Put up the silver further down Neck Road and use it as warning to Neck Road drivers and Bicyclists who think they own the road and have the right to endanger the rights of law abiding drivers. Lets not over-react to the poor choices indignant drivers make having to wait their turn to enter a major road way. We all need to take care but it goes both ways.
Jimmy (JJ) Johnston September 29, 2012 at 01:25 PM
Nice observation. About 75% of the cars race past the stop sign at a good clip without stopping on Neck Road going South behind the Old School House Deli every week day morning. Usually all the same cars each day, some probably going to Our Lady of Mercy school. The white fence on the right additionally obstructs the drivers view of of the nearby public school bus stop there too placing the children in danger. The same cars roll through the stop signs North on Neck Road and The Boston Post Road on their way out. All this repeats itself in the afternoon each week day. Know high incident area but no enforcement action or positive result to address this public safety issue by Madison police to date. Makes you think, where are they enforcing traffic laws instead?

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