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Simple courtesy hard to find

It’s all about respect and simple courtesy — two traits which seem to be harder to find.
Today’s “Can You Believe It?” story is found in Wichita when a  physically challenged driver was unable to secure a handicap parking spot near a restaurant.
Tiffany Nickel is a quadriplegic and uses a motorized wheelchair. It takes plenty of space and time to leave her van equipped with a ramp that comes out of the side of the vehicle.
The elementary school teacher parked in two regular spaces. The Americans with Disability Act, state law and city ordinances allow for handicapped ...

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