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Safety first

In response to the gentleman that wrote the letter “Buses are basic” (Dec. 24), I would just like to say a couple of things.

As a fellow bus rider, I feel that even though it is frustrating that the buses had to restrict their routes during this snowy time, I say it is not completely their fault. They can only do so much when the weather is bad, just as much as cars, plows and other things do.

It could have been worse in a way. They could have completely shut down every single bus and had no service to anywhere in town. That means, yes, you might have to find another way of transport, but as I said, it can’t be helped.

Misty Hallmark

Spokane


 

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