Beware of meth lab debris

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Having just read about the traveling meth labs and the disposal system these criminals use – throwing drink bottles containing these dangerous chemicals onto the side of the road – I feel that the public should be warned, and rather quickly, about this awesome danger.

As I live in a rural area, I am obligated to keep the ditch in front of my property clean of debris – in other words, pick up trash. Now I shall be doubly alert as to the dangers that could be there for me. What about those men who run the county’s mowers? Are they informed? Are they aware of what could be?

I personally think the public should be alerted to this fact – and promptly at that!

A. Elizabeth Waters

Hephzibah

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avidreader 06/18/12 - 12:18 pm
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I don't get it?

You are attempting to make a point without any support for your thesis. I don't get it.

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