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Old 09-04-2018, 05:06 AM
 
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I have noticed this been happening on and off for the longest time. I have called in to report it, and they come and fix it, but then it all goes out again.

These street lights are on both sides of S. Fry Road starting from Cinco Crossing where Beckendorf School is all the way until Gaston Road. I want to know what's happening and why the street lights in this particular area keeps going off. It's very strange.

Does anyone who live by this area know whats going on and could also find some help in getting this problem remedied. It's very dangerous to drive at night in this area, especially when people are walking or jogging right before the sun rises because it is so dark and hard to see.

Seems like we need to raise this issue as they don't seem to care much that the lights are out.
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Old 09-04-2018, 07:46 AM
 
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Rumors are that standing under the blinking street light, there might be a chance to encounter a celestial being wearing a tinfoil hat.
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