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Probably ought to get a traffic light on every intersection since they stop accidents. Good grief people!The problem is every person that can breathe can get a license. Most of us (including myself) don't pay attention the way we should when driving.
If you are driving north of Cuero right now there are lots of trucks and traffic. Be careful.
Traffic lights aren't going to resolve every problem.
this wreck did not happen at the intersection in town it happened at the out on the highway to yorktown the guy in the truck was on a cell phone when i seen him a few minutes before the wreck when i came back threw about thiry minutes later they were all tangled up this is a bad intersection but only if you are not paying attention or trying to rush it the one in town does need a light but people also need to read signs
More trucks, equal more traffic. Everyone needs to be vigilant about slowing down and using their turn signals! I know first hand watching passenger cars/trucks move over in front of these Big rigs trucks , I guess not realizing they are BIG and can run you over because they can NOT stop as fast as passenger vehicles. Also; people drive too close to their rear! If you can't see the trucks or passenger cars mirrors, You are too Close!And Yes, these trucks do drive too fast also. But for your safety , you might want to learn that giving a distance between you and the truck will likely save your life! Safety first!!! Let the police do there work and give speeding tickets to them, dont just cut them off. I am a concerned citizen and see that more than likely it is the passengers cars that cause the wrecks by not paying attention, and not giving room to the trucks. Just a thought for the day. Hope everyone drives with safety first in mind.
First off, this intersection is not owned by the City of Cuero.
Secondly, it's a dangerous world and stoplights aren't going to stop the oilfield people from driving how they drive.
Also, notice how 18 wheeler drivers love to park on the road shoulder at that intersection and take naps...that's probably got something to do with it.
that intersection is past due for a light
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This is now a very dangerous intersection. Throughout the day you can see several vehicles, most of which are oilfield related trucks, lined up at the highway 72 stop sign waiting to get out onto highway 87.
Hopefully the city of Cuero will put a traffic light in ASAP and help prevent other major accidents.