There is nothing more ubiquitous on Long Island than fast-food restaurants; however with the lines at the new Chick-fil-A in Port Jefferson Station, you would think that we had never seen a chicken sandwich ["Fans flock on LI," News, Oct. 8].

I'm concerned about the unsafe driving conditions near there. People make U-turns on Route 347 to get to the Chick-fil-A. I was in the left-most turning lane, and people in the turning lane to my right were making U-turns across my lane to get there. That's dangerous. These people think everybody wants chicken and are risking their lives.

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Maybe someone will look at this intersection. In the meantime, enjoy your chicken, but please drive safely.

Neil Bellovin, Port Jefferson