Highway Collision is Top Story in Six Rivers
A two vehicle collision on Saturday in West Pugwash has become the most read story on Six Rivers News. It eclipses the previous high count by more than 300%.
At the time of this writing, 4,354 people have clicked on the headline to read the story. The previous high count was 1,330 people who read about the unique skate park in Oxford back in July.
The system in the background of Six Rivers website keeps a count of the unique readers of each story on the news site. When people click a story, their unique IP address (internet protocol) is captured. If the same person return s to read they story again, they click is not counted because each IP address is allowed only one count.
That means, over four thousand people, so far, clicked to read about that accident. While Six Rivers News is not happy about the mishap, we are certainly happy that so many people want to read our stories on the internet.
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