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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Driver defaces Death Valley landmark with tire tracks

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — Federal investigators have identified a person of interest as they hunt a driver who took an illegal joyride on a fragile, dry lake bed in Death Valley National Park, leaving 10 miles of swerving tire tracks.

The damage was done about six weeks ago. Park spokeswoman Linda Slater said Tuesday that a witness to the off-road drive notified authorities. Park rangers are investigating.

Motor vehicles are banned from the site known as Playa Racetrack, where visitors can see how wind and ice push rocks that leave lengthy trails in the lake bed.



Anonymous said...

There's no shortage of idiots in the world, that's for sure.

Anonymous said...

True. However, idiot suggests a lack of competent thought that while not excusing this action, makes it understandable because a true idiot probably wouldn't know any better.
Whoever did an a$$hole. Pure and simple.