Drivers in Missouri Could Lose Their License If They Hit an Emergency Worker

Drivers within the state lines of Missouri can now have their license taken away if they hit any worker in any emergency work zone. The Lyndon’s Law went into law on Tuesday after being signed by Governor Parsons. The law is named after a young man Lyndon Ebker, who died after being struck by a motorist three years ago. The new law backs highway, utility, and emergency responders. The law also allows the authority to the Missouri Department of Revenue to revoke the driver’s license for any motorists   who runs into any worker in any zone.

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