Dear People, (City of Fort Worth, Automated Red Light Enforcement)
It is plain to see that I ran that red light. The worst part of the whole ordeal is that my granddaughter was in the car. We had spent the day shopping for material to make doll clothes and she had said, “Oh Grannie, that light was red.” Of course, it was too late. I had desperately tried to get over, but being unfamiliar with the new roads, waited too long. (No one was being too friendly.)
I do want to say this, ” I was sure the intersection was clear, but could not get even one more look up to check the light.”
So, to sum it all up – I am really sorry for breaking the red light rule. Here is my punishment along with sending you the knowledge that my granddaughter (who was in a very tragic accident when a drunk driver hit her mother) will probably only remember that her Grannie Pam ran a red light and that, my friends, is a far worse punishment than the fine!
Love to All