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“I never even saw him,” Tucker said. “And I hit him on the bike.”
She said although the boy was fine, it impacted her greatly.
“I’ve never been hit by a car, but hitting someone was the most horrific thing I’ve ever experienced in my life,” Tucker said. “I still struggle with that. I mean, we don’t want anybody to have to deal with living with having taken a life.”
Tucker said in order to make people more aware of traffic safety laws, the city of Rexburg is going to be posting videos and updates on pedestrian safety on the city’s Facebook page.
“Most of the time, cars are smart enough to stop when they see a pedestrian, but when I’m driving, sometimes you feel like sometimes you don’t see a pedestrian in time,” said Lucas Fekete, a freshman studying civil engineering. “Sometimes when I’m driving I think like, ‘Oh gosh, if there were only stoplights here.’”
Tucker said the main concern of the city is to make people aware of traffic and safety laws. Sometimes, they are more complex than people think.