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Marcus Franks Help get speed reduced on North Market Shreveport, La

Posted by yungko411@yahoo.com on April 28, 2020 at 1:30 AM Comments comments (1)
In the wake of this deadly accident, Marcus Franks recalled his middle school days at a bus stop on this portion of North Market Street. Franks said he could only watch as a young girl at a bus stop across the street jumped into the road to retrieve a ball. "By the time I look to the left she was getting ran over. I kind of like, just, it messed up everything, man. She actually passed away at the scene." Franks, now a local rapper and radio personality, known as Koboogie has had well over a decade to think about the deadly accident he witnessed and how to prevent future tragedies like this one. its time for us to kind of like get a reduced speed limit sign or traffic light any one. But I would think it would take more time getting those traffic lights up, began Franks. "But we could have that reduced speeding sign up immediately. I mean somebody could be working on that right now. The only thing it is a pole, sticking it in the ground. https://www.ksla.com/2020/03/03/questions-linger-after-year-old-struck-killed-by-truck/