Your company car that was going at least 65 to70 miles per hour through a residential area in Lexington at 5:50 p.m Tuesday evening. I missed by a few inches of a deadly accident that almost occurred . My passenger called this Dominos location to notify someone there. I then drove to the location. The same black vehicle that almost hit both of us was there. I walked in. Asked for the manager. I then told him who I was and why I was there. I asked him to write down his name. He then got very angry. Raised his voice and took it more on a personal level. He told me. Well. Mistakes happen. He then scribbled two letters on a piece of paper and said there’s your name. Still yelling as I walked out the door. I am telling you this in all seriousness because in a world as such as today. More so than ever before. Its all about safety and precaution. This driver I missed by only a few inches was a major wake up call. Why I am you telling you this is because i would hope that this driver that’s employed by your establishment will not be driving for you any longer. Then maybe we can save somebody else’s life by making the most sensible choice. As for your manager in Lexington handling the complaint the way he did early this evening. You will have to decide what’s best on that.
Well. I certainly don't need a free pizza. I just want the Town of Lexington where I grew up in and also reside in. To be SAFE.. Not jeopardized by reckless drivers