I see what’s happened in the morning, because the cars are still there. It’s a recurring problem. I do drive at night (I live here!), but try to avoid it, for the stated reasons.
- Yes. People migrate. I work with several Moldovans, though not in a takeaway. I haven’t found there to be anything particularly objectionable regarding them, though you might help me out here?
- It’s unclear as to when he came over from the article. “A few months” is pretty vague. Travelling for an extended period for work would be lower risk than, say, travelling for holidays, no?
- That’s usually what’s involved in working in a takeaway, yes.
- The unemployed population of Meath thanks you for your concern. I’ve never gotten a vibe of endemic unemployment in Slane, but you might know better.
- Travelling legally on a national road, with lights and a high-vis. Would it have been any different if he was walking, or on a bike? Or on a car that had broken down, or was pulling out? Or wasn’t Moldovan?
- No it’s not. It’s entirely unchallenging at the posted speed limit of 80 km/hr. The section between Slane and Drogheda is trickier, with a few bends on it, but again, isn’t a problem if you’re not speeding.
- When he finished work.
You’re doing everything you can to avoid the point that this man was killed by a driver who did not stop, and are pointing to his nationality, or some imagined breach of Covid restrictions as the cause of his death.