Letter: More concerned by distracted drivers



Regarding your recent Current in Carmel article about pedestrians and roundabout safety, my experience has been not so much about driver courtesy when trying to cross as a pedestrian as much as oblivious drivers speeding by talking on their handheld cellphones, which I believe is illegal in Indiana. Perhaps higher fines? Although I hate to place further burdens on police, it does seem to be an issue of public safety.

Michael Sayles, Carmel

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