To be fair, one of those houses hit was by a car going uphill.
This street has been here 150 years. Is this a recent thing, or has it been going on at this pace forever?
One more time, I’ll drag out my question: What was the driver doing driving, #1? i.e., was driver impaired? And what was the driver doing driving, #2? i.e, was there no transit service? OK, at 3:30 a.m., probably not,
…but should there be? The Perrysville could conceivably support 24-hour service. The Brighton had it, when any did. Late evening Perrysvilles are anything but empty.
Not “what was the cause of the crash” (DUI, bad brakes, unlicensed driver, etc.), but what was the cause of the cause of the crash? (bars that are trouble, faulty inspection shops, people allowing an unlicensed driver access to car keys) And what was the cause of the cause of the cause of the crash? (bus service, bad infrastructure, societal desire to own cars when it’s not in their best interest) … And I’m sure there are deeper things than that in play here, too.