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Indiana police shout out CMV drivers for slowing down in a school zone

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Police in Delphi, Indiana, recently praised several truck drivers for slowing down in a school zone.

In a November 29 social media post, Delphi Police Department said:

Shout out to a few commercial vehicles setting the pace in the school zone today! We appreciate you slowing down.

Co-Alliance tanker, didn’t catch the name on the truck, 22mph NB 421

MS Transport dump truck, 24mph NB 421

Davis Mail Service box truck, SB 421. We see you every day and every day you are well under the speed limit.

More than 700 people liked the post in less than 24 hours.

Many of the people commenting on the post appreciated the Delphi Police Department for taking the time to highlight safe commercial vehicle drivers.

“Being a truckdriver myself and traveling the Heartland everyday great job to the drivers on doing their job and doing it safely and the Delphi Police Department for making the recognition to them!!! Keep up the GREAT work!!!!” a Facebook user said.

“As a truck driver there’s a few things we don’t mess about. School zones, construction zones & of course school busses. Obviously the list can go on and on but these are my main ones,” said one commenter.

“Thank you for recognizing them, setting the example,” another person wrote.

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