In the 1970s, a police officer directed traffic at Monument Circle. Head back to 1977 with Channel 6 reporter Rick Sallinger and experience this symphony of life with officer Wayne Lee, traffic cop supreme.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Whether it's cyclists, pedestrians or the seemingly never ending stream of traffic, navigating Monument Circle is no easy task.
These days, drivers must fend for themselves. However, once upon a time, this symphony of chaos was directed by a maestro of a different type: Officer Wayne Lee of the Indianapolis Police Department.
Head back to 1977 with Channel 6 reporter Rick Sallinger and experience this symphony of life with Lee, traffic cop supreme.
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