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Should ghost bikes be taken down or left alone?

CBC Radio's Ottawa Morning asked listeners Wednesday whether ghost bikes should be taken down after a certain period of time, or left alone. Here's how residents on Twitter responded.
The ghost bike memorial to mark the spot where Meg Dussault was killed in a collision with a truck has drawn complaints from some residents. (CBC)

CBC Radio's Ottawa Morning asked listeners Wednesday whether ghost bikes should be taken down after a certain period of time, or left alone.

The discussion was prompted by complaints from some residents about a ghost bike memorial at Bank Street and Riverside Drive.

Here's how residents on Twitter responded.

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