Woman faces charges following Niagara Falls auto accident

by William Mattar | January 13th, 2011

January13, 2011

The Niagara-Gazette reports that one woman faces charges following a Niagara Falls auto accident.

The woman struck a patrol car that had pulled over on the side of the road to make an arrest. The patrol car had its lights on at the time of the Niagara Falls auto accident.

The woman left the scene of the Niagara Falls auto accident but pulled over about a mile later after the deputy involved in the accident pursued her. She faces several charges including violating the Ambrose-Searles Move Over Act, which requires drivers to move over  as far as possible and slow down for emergency vehicles.

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Do you think the Move Over Act should be put into effect in more areas? Why do you think drivers don’t obey this act?

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