There may be a chance that the store has a camera on the lot. Check with them. If they do maybe they will let you look at it to get a plate number and report it. The tape will help back up your story also.
I lived in Maine for 35 years. It always amazed me how they whine about the kids have nothing to do, yet, do nothing to help them.
Back in the early 70's when the town was building a Sewer Treatment Plant, they closed the main road to trucks and due to the street set up, we had all kinds of big construction trucks flying up our street. We did have a handicapped child living on the street. A bunch of us complained at a Selectmen's meeting and with the help of a friend on the Board of Selectmen (he was my Dad's friend and the family eye doctor) we were able to get "Handicapped Children" signs; the street was made one way; and there was strict traffic enforcement on it until the Sewer plant was finished.
In your case I probably would have yelled at the driver and called him an *** hole. I guess all that you can do is be grateful and thankful that nothing happened to your baby!
Oh, yeah, please watch the language, Princess. The absence of fudge ba
Sure DOLL - Dour Old Laughable Loser - I get that a lot...
I would have tried to get a plate number or at least a desc
People only think about themselves. I eat my lunch in the parking lot and see this kind of thing every day. Cursing does no good as they usually have their CD pla
Wouldn't do much good. The police have very little jurisdiction in a private parking lot.
Throw rocks at his car.
That guy needs a punch in the nose.
You are welcome.
Ill kill anyone who drives in that mannor and kills my little dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I know how you feel. Monday morning, I was out walking and I got a crossing signal to walk across Main Street. Just as I began to step off of the curb, 4 cars ran the red lights and I had to wait for them. Speed limit is 25 there and they were doing probably 45+.