DISCUSSING SAFETY Neighbors In Huntington Meet To Discuss Safety Concerns
Reported by: Bethany Simmons
Videographer: Dan Matics
Web Producer: Bethany Simmons
Also Contributing: Dan Matics
Reported: Sep. 28, 2012 8:30 AM EDT
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, Cabell County
, West Virginia
Neighbors in Huntington came out Thursday evening to discuss safety concerns.
The "Road Runner" club held a meeting to talk about safe streets throughout the city.
Runners and walkers talked about the issues they have with feeling safe, particulary in the Ritter Park area.
City police and Parks, Recreation officers and members of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH) were also in attendance.
"Well for me I'm always running by myself and I'm worried when I get to secluded areas. I think its important for people to have a safe area to exercise in to walk in to run in to cycle in," said Organizer Reed Smith.
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