Pedestrian Killed Crossing Street

By: Admin

A 56 year old man was killed crossing a street in Deltona. He was not in a designated crosswalk and the 64 year old driver could not react quickly enough to avoid the accident. Florida law requires you to use a designated crosswalk to cross any street. If there is no stripes designating a crosswalk, you go at a 90 degree angle crossing at the corner of two streets. Otherwise you could be found to be 100 percent at fault. We all see people crossing streets in the middle of the block and could be at fault if they get hit by a car. Cross streets with caution at the proper places and watch out for drivers who run red lights.


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