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The Oakland Press
By Stephen Frye
September 7, 2007
After four days of smooth sailing, there have been three minor traffic accidents in just three days in a newly opened roundabout in West Bloomfield Township.
At about 8 a.m. Thursday, two cars bumps within the roundabout and stopped, further slowing traffic already jammed by construction a mile away.
"We've just had our third fender-bender this morning," said West Bloomfield police Sgt. David Zolna on Thursday. Zolna heads the department's traffic safety unit. The roundabout opened before Labor Day.
"This is only the third real work day that it's been open," Zolna said. "I'm hoping, within a week or two, it will be a real quick learning curve and drivers will become accustomed to it."
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