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Officer sincerely appeals for speeds after capturing teenage driving 100 mph

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 17, 2018 / 06:17 PM GMT By Minyvonne Burke An Ohio officer's Facebook message to an 1 8-year-old watched 100mph on a highway increases the speed of social media. [19659007] In an open letter published on the Facebook page of the Northern Ridgeville Police Department, an officer in a Facebook message intended for teens wrote that their ruthless driving could have killed them or "any innocent person who thought of his own business did nothing wrong , but to be in front of you. " " I would like to believe you were a few minutes from creating an unpleasant Christmas treat when I stopped you "reading. According to a photo on the ticket accompanying an open letter, the teenager travels 100 km / h in a 65 mph zone in the town of North Ridgeville. The officer continued to write that they have witnessed dozens of car accidents associated with speed that left other teens dead or with "broken" bodies. " " They thought they were invincible too. They were not, "said the official." They were gone so they missed that part where I had to tell their parents that they were dead. Part of your soul disappears every time you have to tell parents that their children are dead. " The letter, published Sunday morning, has been shared more than 61,000 times on Facebook. Many of the…

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An Ohio officer’s Facebook message to an 1

8-year-old watched 100mph on a highway increases the speed of social media. [19659007] In an open letter published on the Facebook page of the Northern Ridgeville Police Department, an officer in a Facebook message intended for teens wrote that their ruthless driving could have killed them or “any innocent person who thought of his own business did nothing wrong , but to be in front of you. ”

” I would like to believe you were a few minutes from creating an unpleasant Christmas treat when I stopped you “reading.

According to a photo on the ticket accompanying an open letter, the teenager travels 100 km / h in a 65 mph zone in the town of North Ridgeville.

The officer continued to write that they have witnessed dozens of car accidents associated with speed that left other teens dead or with “broken” bodies. “

” They thought they were invincible too. They were not, “said the official.” They were gone so they missed that part where I had to tell their parents that they were dead. Part of your soul disappears every time you have to tell parents that their children are dead. “

The letter, published Sunday morning, has been shared more than 61,000 times on Facebook. Many of the comments thanked the official for the warning.

” There are so many who feel the same way, “wrote Facebook’s user Ann Lamm. 19659007] “I wish somebody had told the young man who killed my daughter 3 1/2 years ago. She was only 19 and had her whole life in front of her, “wrote the user Shannon Stinton.

The officer finished the long post by saying teens they hope the ticket is a constant reminder to make sure they are safe.

“I hope you brake. I hope that when your mother says you’re going to “drive safely” you promise her, and you’re going to “read reading.” I hope you can imagine sitting in your kitchen and telling you your screaming Mom, you’ve been killed. Slow down. Please. You are not invincible, I promise. “

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