The guy who smashed into the tanker, caused the overpass to collapse and left the city with $2 million in damage? He got a speeding ticket. That's it.
He didn't even get a reckless driving charge or anything like that. Nope, his only penalty will $200 fine and two points on his driving record.
The messed up thing is that he can probably get out of this, too. Seriously, once the police announced that he'll only get charged for speeding, that's it. Now he can take that charge to court and say, "prove it."
And nobody can.
Meanwhile, businesses, commuters and our cash-strapped state is going to suffer even further.
That's all I have to say. Now I'm going to go ride my bike - just not to the Kroger that's closest to my house. Not for quite some time.