FacebookTwitter , Categories: KUSI, Local San Diego News, Trending June 20, 2018 An Indiana State Trooper’s tweet about pulling over a driver going too slow in left lane has gone viral. We’ve all been there, shaking our heads – stuck behind that one driver in the left lane who is oblivious to the fact that they are holding up traffic.Unfortunately, for a woman driving to slow in Indiana, the driver behind her was Indiana State Trooper Sgt. Stephen Wheeles.Sgt. Wheeles stopped the driver Saturday on I-65 about 35 miles south of Indianapolis. The trooper estimated that there were about 20 vehicles bunched up and slowed down behind her.The trooper tweeted a photo, reminding drivers that if cars are behind you in the left hand lane you are supposed to move over, it’s the law. It’s known as the ‘slowpoke’ law.The post has been retweeted by IndyCar driver Graham Rahal, who said, “This guy is my hero,” and Fox NFL announcer and Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman. Others suggested he win a Nobel Prize or asked him to relocate to their states. Posted: June 20, 2018 Updated: 1:37 PM State Trooper praised for pulling over ‘slowpoke’ going too slow in the left lane Slow drivers beware
Kolkata: BJP should take the blame for the “shabby arrangement” at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally at Midnapore, where 90 people were injured due to collapse of a canopy, Trinamool Congress leader Saugata Roy said in the Lok Sabha.”The Prime Minister addressed the Kisan Kalyan rally in Midnapore. People were brought in from Jharkhand, Odisha. During the rally, a tent collapsed, leaving 90 people injured, of which 50 were women. BJP had organised the rally. They must take blame for the shabby arrangement,” Roy said during Zero Hour. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeA makeshift tent had collapsed during Modi’s rally in Midnapore on July 16, following which the Centre had sought a report from the Bengal government.The tent was erected next to the main entrance of the rally venue to shelter people from the rain and the incident had happened when the Prime Minister was mid-way through his speech.Meanwhile, a team comprising senior officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs visited the spot in connection with the incident. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedJoint Secretary Arti Bhatnagar and two senior SPG officials visited the spot after holding a detailed discussion with senior officials of the district administration and police.The police have also been looking into the role of the decorators that had erected the pandal. It may be mentioned that no fault of the Public Works Department was found with regard to the collapse, according to sources in Nabanna.It has been stated that the area was under the SPG from seven days ahead of the rally. So, the state police does not have much to do in this connection.