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Memorial honors PennDOT workers killed on job

by on May 10, 2014 10:49 AM

The PennDOT Worker Memorial was created to honor the more than 80 PennDOT workers killed since 1970, and to raise awareness among motorists to give their full attention while driving through work zones.

PennDOT encourages drivers to follow basic safety tips, such as driving the posted speed limit, staying alert to flaggers and maintaining safe distances between vehicles.

The memorial was set up Thursday on the lawn of the PennDOT building in White Township.

Pictured are John Serian, left, Indiana County maintenance manager; Terry Kerr, assistant construction engineer; and Warner Barate, Route 119 East Pike bridges project manager. (Tom Peel/Gazette)



Chief Photographer Tom Peel has been photographing events in the county since 1966. He started with the Gazette while in high school and then came on board full-time in 1969. So if you do something good, bad or just interesting, he will most likely be there to take your picture. Tom can be reached at tpeel@indianagazette.net or 724-465-5555 ext. 275.
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