Not counting DC, this state is tied for first place for highway fatalities per 100,000 population.
People drive like it's a roller derby. The more players knocked off, the more room on the track for the rest of us.
This appeared to be part of the same accident pictured above. The pick-up truck was on our side of the highway, southbound, in the right break-down lane. The auto (above) was on the other side of the highway/median guard rail. Your guess is as good as ours as to what happened to land them in those positions.
But there's good money to be made by survivors and lawyers.
I'm sure that that has something to do with the state's low priority for safe driving.
There's also lots of money in motor homes and toys like this Harley.
And a rather utilitarian, architecturally un-distinctive bridge.
We are staying in a Gay B&B for the next seven nights. Where?