Another child run over in Volusia’s beach-driving ‘tradition’

Posted In Ecosystem Destruction, News
Jul
21

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Driving on beaches is aesthetically displeasing and dangerous for beach strollers as well as damaging to the ecosystem. There is increasing evidence that large-scale prohibition of driving brings back the beach fauna and flora in a dramatic way. Captions and Photograph: © SAF – PSDS

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LLast weekend, another preschooler was run over on a Volusia County beach. The story is any parent’s nightmare and yet all too common in Volusia County, one of the few places that invites motorists to drive cars on the same beaches where families relax and children frolic…

Read Full Article; Orlando Sentinel (07-19-2017)

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