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A sergeant with the Indiana State Police is becoming an internet hero after a Twitter post about a left-lane driver holding up traffic went viral.
In the tweet, Sgt. Stephen Wheeles said he pulled the driver over after they “had approximately 20 cars slowed down behind her because she would not move back in the right lane.”
“If there are vehicles behind you, you must move to the right lane to allow them to pass,” he continued.
I stopped this vehicle today for a left lane violation on I-65. The driver had approximately 20 cars slowed behind her because she would not move back to the right lane.
Again…if there are vehicles behind you, you must move to the right lane to allow them to pass. pic.twitter.com/tePjJ1Xigy
— Sgt. Stephen Wheeles (@ISPVersailles) June 16, 2018
The message went over well in the Twitterverse, racking up 50,000 likes and 3,400 comments since the June 16th post with most people praising the trooper and asking him to move to their home state.
I could maybe become a “Snow Bird” and patrol Florida from November through February. Sounds great to me…
— Sgt. Stephen Wheeles (@ISPVersailles) June 17, 2018
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