Comments for: Rockland doughnut shop manager hurt when car strikes building

Posted Nov. 05, 2012, at 11:09 a.m.

ROCKLAND | The manager of a Dunkin’ Donuts shop was taken to the hospital after a customer struck the building with a car. Peter Fletcher was sitting inside the restaurant Saturday morning shortly before 10 a.m. when the driver of a 2006 Pontiac was attempting to park in a …

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  • She should lose her right to drive for a long time. I’m not sure how you mistakenly press the gas instead of the brake if you are paying attention. 

    • No, she shouldn’t.

      • Anonymous

        Yes she should! If she doesn’t know the difference between the gas pedal and brake pedal,it’s only a matter of time before she kills someone.

        • County Escapee

          Add a clutch pedal and watch the fun!

        • At the age of 45 she has most likely has been driving for at least 25 years so it is safe to say she knows the difference. If she does not have a history of  mixing up the brake and gas pedals there is zero reason to revoke her D/L over this incident.

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  • Bath salts

    • Anonymous

      Cell phone?

  • Anonymous

    I smell a workers compensation claim, coffee, AND donuts.

  • Anonymous

    Failure to control vehicle.
    Simple as that.
     She should be walking for some time.

  • Anonymous

    George Bush’s fault!

  • Anonymous

    ahhh the older drivers cause all the problems meaning over 65 maybe we should be concerned with everyone over 40

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