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March 28, 2017 11:00 AM UTC

Quick Hit: El Paso County GOP Chair hits and injures Florist

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  • by: Zappatero

We know there is a certain disregard for the arts, creativity, the finer things in life (beyond money), but can only be an unfortunate accident involving the EPC GOP Czar:

The owner of Platte Floral in Colorado Springs is in critical condition Tuesday morning after he was hit by an SUV driven by the head of the Republican party in the county.

El Paso County GOP Chairman Trevor Dierdorff was reportedly trying to back into a parking space on Tejon Street at 7:32 a.m. when he hit a man crossing behind him, Colorado Springs police said. The victim has been identified as Platte Floral owner Mel Tolbert.

Tolbert suffered life-threatening injuries and remains in critical and unstable condition, according to police.

El Paso County Republican Spokesman Daniel Cole said the two were friends and were in the area for a Prospector’s Association of Colorado Springs meeting. Their names are included on the member list.

And I hate to make everything political, even though R’s were the ones to make that our reality, but the fact that downtown COS, and Tejon Street specifically, are in a constant state of flux with regard to traffic flow, parking, timing of traffic lights, and any number of street repairs is a true reflection of the kind of planning we get from a monopolized city government that has been in Republican and Conservative hands for way too long. And that’s how you get people so frustrated with the basic infrastructure of a city that they finally ignore traffic lights, pedestrian rights, and al……………

(I’m stopping here as it’s starting to become a “get off my lawn” post.)

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