I do not, and never have, understood rubberneckers. I know there is some sort of morbid fascination and curiosity, but try to keep in mind the thousands of people behind you who actually have somewhere to go.
It’s car horn time.
After all the waiting you’ve been through can’t you sympathize with the people going through it now.
“I know there is some sort of morbid fascination and curiosity,”
So you do understand!
If the emergency vehicles would just shut their flashing lights, blinkers etc. things would be so much different.
I see no need for them to be on once they’ve reached their destination, other than to solicit the attention of all around them, both lanes, both directions. Where there’s a need to secure the area, I’m not referring to, and there’s probably a more inconspicuous way pf going about it, not to advertise their presence to everyone within 10 radial miles.. I’m referring to a scene where there’s absolutely NO NEED for safety/security (plenty of times).. why cause the needless extra delay in the opposite direction due to someone(s) seeking attention… the live they save may be…