3 injured when car hits Robertson Ave. home
Joseph Geers tells us he and his wife rode in the ambulance to Children’s Hospital where their son was treated and released with scrapes and bruises. Even though little Joseph looks like he was actually hit by the car, he was far more concerned about the fact that his “Geers” campaign t-shirt had anti-freeze on it, which ate through it and had to be thrown away. He added, “At that point, we knew he was starting to feel better!”
Tracy Napier told Fox 19 that people often speed on Robertson Ave. at 60 and 70 miles per hour, and we recall our City officials talking about the problem at a council meeting or two. Like everyone else, we’re relieved the Geers family members were spared serious injuries or worse (the driver’s injuries are unknown), but the speeding problem on Robertson Ave. needs to come to an immediate stop. What are the best ways for the City to slow down the traffic?