Emma Griffith gets frustrated at fast freeway drivers in a different way than most Southern Californians. She worries they’ll kill her while she’s doing her job cleaning roads for Caltrans.
“It’s not funny,” Griffith said Monday, hours after crews across California were yanked from their duties Monday morning when a Caltrans worker was killed in San Diego.
“I am a person out there on the road,” she said at the Riverside maintenance yard. “Sometimes it feels like drivers don’t care.”