Cobb County highways declared as “the most hazardous workplace on earth.”

Chernobyl and EPA have some stiff competition for “most hazardous work place on earth.”  Cobb County’s public highways have been declared as being worse to work on than radiation clean-up and hazardous materials sites.  Yes, this IS a real sign!

Cobb County's highways apparently were considered worse than Chernobyl.

Cobb County’s highways apparently were considered worse than Chernobyl.

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