Crash-Site Memorials Subject of Safety Debate

Print More Flower wreaths, white crosses, weathered photographs and other roadside memorials are pitting families mourning victims of fatal traffic accidents against state highway officials who are concerned roadside shrines may distract drivers or pose other safety hazards. But with no federal law to regulate roadside memorials, an inconsistent patchwork of state and municipal policies rule
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