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JIM VICKERS, San Clemente

My wife just came in very shaken after a high-speed SUV swerved at the last possible second to avoid rear-ending her as she waited for the light at Frontera.

We have now resolved never to travel Vista Hermosa again until the city and local law enforcement do something to reduce the dangerous freeway speeds driven by nearly every driver there. 

The out of control, high speed is particularly dangerous from the westbound downhill blind curve to Frontera and the freeway ramp. Over the past 10 years, I’ve watched the traffic volume and high speed reach an unbelievable level as I sit at the Camino Laurel signal light. I can only attribute this to a lack of enforcement.

Other cities have solved their dangerous speeding on city streets by vigorous and obvious enforcement that gives drivers the needed motivation to obey the speed limit. Please take this seriously before our city becomes responsible for catastrophic fatalities due to the lack of enforcement.

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