Worker killed on Highway 40

I’m sure many of you have seen the tragic news of Gavin Donohue, the college student/summer construction intern who was killed on Highway 40 in Chesterfield over the weekend. He was working for Pace Construction, not as part of the major Highway 40 rebuilding but on a repaving project. Let’s hope that some good can come from his death, in that all drivers strive to eliminate injuries and death in our area construction zones. The lives of drivers and construction workers are not an equitable trade for getting home from the Cardinals game a few minutes faster.

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