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Police officer rescues overturned motorist in winter weather car accident February 11, 2014 — An off-duty patrolman saved a man from the wreckage of a submerged vehicle in a storm pond during the recent winter-storm in Jacksonville, N.C. Jarret White, a Marine Corps veteran and lieutenant with Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s Provost Marshal office, was driving home after a shift through Winter Storm Leon’s sleet when he saw a vehicle begin MORE
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Police officer recues overturned motorist in winter weather car accident
Traffic shift taking place this weekend October 03, 2012 — With the new base entry road still in the works, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune personnel will soon notice commuting may get a little more difficult before it gets any better.  To make way for this project, a traffic shift is taking affect this weekend.  “In the future, there’s going to be a new base entry road,” said Lt. j.g. Patrick Durnan, MORE
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Patience, care proves key to traffic safety May 03, 2012 — The creeping parade of lights gathers in the dark before Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s main gate every morning pending its long procession down Holcomb Boulevard. If an accident occurs, the procession slows to the familiar slinky of starts and stops as drivers jockey for a clear route around disabled vehicles.  Traffic is a daily fact of life MORE
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Traffic Light Changes October 05, 2010 — Anyone traveling west on Highway 24, also known as Lejeune Boulevard, from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune after getting off work has most likely experienced the high volume of traffic.  A commute from work to home that would normally take only 15 minutes during non-peak traffic hours can often take more than an hour.  In an attempt to combat this MORE
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