Wednesday, October 17, 2012

3Q2012 Ladera Ranch, Coto de Caza Traffic Accident Report

Posted By CotoBlogzz October 17, 2012

Coto de Caza, CA - The California Highway Patrol  (CHP) traffic accident report for the third quarter of 2012  shows the quarterly accident rate inching up to an all high time in Coto de Caza, comparable to the rate when the community experienced its first traffic fatalities, as a result of the CZ Master Associations board of directors reckless decision to fire the CHP without a suitable alternative.  
Coto de Caza Traffic Accident Rate:  Source:  CHP SJC

In this case, mostly due to the limited time the CHP patrols the community.

The accident report for the third quarter of 2012 includes one DUI, four property damage and nine injured.


On the other hand, the accident report for Ladera Ranch keeps inching down, mostly as a result of the community’s focus on public safety.

Ladera Ranch Traffic Accident Rate - Source:  CHP SJC 

The Ladera Ranch traffic accident report for 3Q20122 include thirteen property damage incidents, three injured and no DUI’s reported

Historical Perspective - as published in the March 2006 issue of the Cotobuzz Journal: 
It also proves that the “Coto traffic accidents” are preventable incidents – and not the same as the accidents one finds in highway 405 on the way to LAX as a board supporter incredibly argued. It also refutes the notion that Coto did not have a traffic control problem as the same person told the LA Times.  "
"The figures also clearly indicate out-of-control increase in accident rates when the board fired the CHP and a mirror image decrease in accident rates when residents forced the board to bring back the CHP

Coto's Public Safety Ticking BombRhianna Woolsey died (December 7, 2005) in the first traffic fatality in Coto de Caza in the last ten years, followed three months later by a traffic accident that claime Mr  Morteza Manian’s life.

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