Friday, March 15, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: March 15, 6:00 am)
I have noticed recently while watching a few funerals that a lot of people don’t pull over while the procession passes. Also, there is only a police car leading the funeral. There are none at intersections to block traffic.
This is the South and we have always shown respect for the deceased. I think everyone should, at least, take a few minutes from their busy day to pull over and show respect for the deceased.
There should be an officer at each intersection, so the funeral procession doesn’t have to stop and be held up in traffic.
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