Another unfortunate and tragic loss of life of four on a public roadway in Miami-Dade County, which could most likely have been prevented if the much needed safety equipment had been installed at this location, and numerous other ones throughout the state that would hopefully prevent the crossover frontal high-speed collisions.
It is no wonder why Miami-Dade is currently first in the state in all motor vehicle-related fatalities.
The state of Florida is currently ranked third in the nation with the great potential of moving upward in all of the motor vehicle fatality categories, which is shameful and totally unacceptable for all of the residents and visiting tourists as well.
When will elected officials step up and say enough is enough and protect their constituents from these types of massacre events on all public roadways throughout Florida?
Mike Arias, Miami