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If You See A Thin Blue Line On A Car Or On The Street, This Is The Meaning And History Behind It

Written by Ana Krneta
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In doing so, April posted a picture of her blue-taped car on her company's Facebook, imploring her friends and family to do the same and come get one. The post ended up drawing a lot more attention than she had anticipated.

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She spoke to ‘KTRE News’ and said: ‘When we first posted it, it was kind of a sporadic thing that morning. I asked my employee to cut a few blue stripes and he asked how many and I told him five. We’ll be lucky if five people even show up.’ Well she got a much higher response than she had planned for. It must have been a great feeling for April in seeing the support for law enforcement and having her community respond too, and rally around her.

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Local people showed up, as well as people from all over Texas. ‘It was unbelievable. I made the turn and I was like, ‘oh wow look at all of this!’ I had to fight to get into my driveway. I don’t even know how many stripes have been cut and stuck and given away. It’s insane,' said April.

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Local people showed up, as well as people from all over Texas. ‘It was unbelievable. I made the turn and I was like, ‘oh wow look at all of this!’ I had to fight to get into my driveway. I don’t even know how many stripes have been cut and stuck and given away. It’s insane,' said April.

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