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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Port Allegany Dispatched For Bales Of Hay In Road On Rt. 6

At 8:42 PM on Thursday, Port Allegany Fire Dept. to assist State Police with bales of hay in the middle of the roadway on top of Lynn Hall Hill. State Police are not available anywhere close.

6 comments :

Anonymous said...

How lazy are we that we have to call the police to move hay? Flag down an oncoming car, have them alert traffic for you and move the DAMN things! Do people have to have their hands held at every turn? Every time something is out of the ordinary? You have to call for help? No, you don't do something stupid and stand in the road without warning oncoming traffic but come on, it's a TWO lane road, not an eight lane interstate in downtown LA. Where is the common sense nowadays?

Anonymous said...

HOW STINKIN LAZY WAS THE PERSON THAT WAS RESPONSIBLE THEMSELVES THAT LEFT THE HAY IN THE ROAD WAY ???
I GUESS WE LIVE IN A LAZY WORLD !!!
AGREE TOTALLY WITH 11:17 PM...

Anonymous said...

I say we need a task force to investigate why the hay was there. How did it fall off the truck. Maybe we need a new regulation on how to keep the hay on the truck. Then of course we will need a government department to study this and watch over all hay loads. I also agree with 11:17.

Anonymous said...

No doubt the Russians were involved, colluding with local Republican officials. No proof required for charges this serious.

Anonymous said...

My friend Leigh Keicrawtch and I saw this in the road and were careful not to hit it. There was a hazard there for real. The bale was too big for us to push.

Unknown said...

They were small square bales. Maybe there wasn't adequate room for them to get off the road safely and move them so the went and grabbed another truck to get them... You people live in farm country it does happen noon is perfect