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Aggressive driving: ‘It’s been bad for years, but it got a lot worse during the pandemic’

What’s four seconds on the road? Enough to save your life, Clark County's experts say

By , Columbian staff writer
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Vancouver police Officer Sean Donaldson, right, pulled over a driver who came speeding down St. Johns Road one day in late August. The car turned out to be stolen and there were warrants out for the driver's arrest.
Vancouver police Officer Sean Donaldson, right, pulled over a driver who came speeding down St. Johns Road one day in late August. The car turned out to be stolen and there were warrants out for the driver's arrest. (iStock.com) Photo Gallery

Never mind bungee jumping, walking in space or swimming in a shark tank. The riskiest thing most modern Americans do is get behind the wheel and go.

“Driving is the most dangerous thing you’ll do in your life,” said Vancouver police Officer Sean Donaldson. Donaldson likes working traffic enforcement to keep Vancouver streets safe and sane because he’s responded to one too many fatal accidents.

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