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One of our fellow residents has seen a dangerous situation and has done something about it.
He won’t admit that or take credit, because that might not be culturally appropriate in his organization. But we can see the difference his efforts have made.
We speak of Tim Wafford, supervisor of the state highway garage in Shelby County.
Only days after a second person died on the lethally blind and abbreviated Eastbound merge ramp onto Interstate 64 at Exit 32, Mr. Wafford and his crew took steps to improve the situation for drivers.
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