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There was an­other crash at the in­ter­sec­tion of Dampier High­way and De Witt Road last week. Since lights were in­stalled in mid-2015 the num­ber of crashes has dou­bled there. Peo­ple need to learn to a) give way when turn­ing right and b) not run red lights!! See it all the time, peo­ple just need some com­mon sense. Maddy Crock­ford The lights don't need a re­think, the peo­ple they give li­cences to need a re­think. It's not re­ally that hard of an in­ter­sec­tion to un­der­stand. No ar­row? Go when safe. Just like we used to be­fore the lights. Turn­ing left on or off Kar­ratha road? Give way, go when safe. Bek Bor­lase Peo­ple just need to learn how traf­fic lights work. A round­about would be a much more at­trac­tive en­trance to Kar­ratha and might make tragic flow bet­ter. Cindy Zanker This is what hap­pens when you put traf­fic lights up in a town that sur­vived with­out them for so long. More in­for­ma­tion/ed­u­ca­tion needs to be pro­vided. Kara Davey Never a prob­lem be­fore when there were no traf­fic lights. Marc Grim Wow, can't be­lieve peo­ple have this much trou­ble with traf­fic lights. Damien Clark­son Sounds like coun­try peo­ple are con­fused on how traf­fic lights and road rules work. Ro­han Pet­t­ley There's noth­ing wrong with these lights, peo­ple just need to learn how to drive. Krys­tal Wil­liamson Def­i­nitely think it's the green light, with­out an ar­row peo­ple for­get you need to give way to on­com­ing traf­fic. Kristie Brown Graben­hofer Some drug dogs came up to Kar­ratha last month to sniff out crime in our neck of the woods. Their work led to the ar­rests of six peo­ple. Well done. Proud of you guys and your work. Dogs are great too. Bron Casey Hope­fully the courts back up your good work. Ron Ashcroft

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