The events of the past two weeks have been devastating. I don't have an in-place shelter so we have to run. This last time, we ended up going south toward Pauls Valley. With all the care for our fellow human beings constantly demonstrated after these storms, I have to ask: Why do people feel OK about driving in the left (northbound) lanes when we're all trying to get away? We were shocked by this behavior; it put so many of us in danger when they have to squeeze to the right because there are people traveling north in those lanes, and danger at intersections where people are trying to get across. I was angered by this complete disregard for others.
Telin Ozier, Oklahoma City