A woman was killed on my route to work yesterday at peak time, a double tragedy for her family as her younger brother was killed in Afghanistan last year A165 Fraisthorpe road accident victim was sister of East Yorkshire soldier shot dead in Afghanistan | This is Hull and East Riding The reason I'm posting is that I have seen a lot of comments from people both on Facebook and the news site that the speed limit on that stretch of road should be lowered, however going by what has come out so far both her and another driver were both overtaking a slow moving vehicle when they collided so in this case I don't think speeding was to blame, more impatience and bad judgement caused by the frustration of being stuck behind the truck. So should minimum speed limits be enforced on certain roads? Should HGV's & tractors be kept off the B roads during rush hour? or is slowing the roads down and having more rozzers out with speed cameras the answer? Most of the near misses I see while commuting (including one or two I've stupidly had myself) are down to overtaking people who are doing 40mph or less on roads where you can do 60mph.