With the first day of school just weeks away, new speed bumps have been installed throughout the Hartland High School parking lot.
After an accident involving Hartland High School security guard Sue Hazzard, who was struck by a 16-year-old driver exiting school grounds in May, the new speed bumps may be a welcome addition to some drivers, since some community members expressed a concern over possible high speeds in the parking lots.
The Livingston County sheriff's department investigated the high school parking lot accident and the teen driver is now believed to have been "huffing" just moments before and passing out at the wheel, losing control of his vehicle.
Hartland Patch wants to know, do you think the addition of the new speed bumps will be enough to help with the safety in the high school parking lot? Should other measures be taken directing drivers in and out of school grounds?
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