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This social experiment will remind you a life is the most precious thing in the world

We bet this social experiment will definitely remind you that safety always comes first!


Most pedestrians, crossing the roadway in the designated place, feel completely safe, but in practice this it is the opposite. The number of accidents on crosswalks increases every year because people passing roads often behave irresponsibly. That's why it is sometimes necessary to remind pedestrians that they should be very attentive crossing a street and consider the traffic of a big city.


What do you think about this social experiment? Are you always attentive crossing the roadway? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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43 Comments
Joy Risher
I am amazed at the number of people (I see crossing the street) who don't look around to be sure it is safe to cross, especially in crosswalks. Those stripes can't stop a car/truck.
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Jun 5, 2017 7:13PM
kenprince
This will not be or is not, the only social experiments we’ll encountered in our lives?! Please ponder.
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Jun 1, 2020 8:23PM
Jim Adams
Al Ruttan, That’s exactly what I put on my wife’s grave marker “But I had the right away!“. Well, she deserved it. Since I was telling her, “Having the right away doesn’t mean squat when you’re dead” numerous times daily.
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Sep 17, 2019 4:45PM
Jim Adams
Drivers in Naples Italy, look at traffic signs as more of a suggestion than a legality, the drivers of France aren’t really that much better.
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Sep 17, 2019 4:34PM
Irma Rivera
Trust no driver!!!
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Aug 5, 2019 11:39PM
Irma Rivera
Trust no one!!!
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Aug 5, 2019 11:39PM
Al Ruttan
Sorry but in addition to my previous comment. I hear pedestrians say they have right of way and that might be correct but if youy get hit by a vehicle even if you have right of way you are still just as dead as if you didn't have right of way
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Apr 9, 2019 7:00PM
Al Ruttan
I live in London Ontario and I am amazed at the number of people I watch crossing on red lights or in the middle of the block and they do it without looking for traffic and if a vehicle honks they cuss the driver out. It is the worst I have ever seen and I lived in Toronto for many years. It was never this bad.
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Apr 9, 2019 6:57PM
Barry Willis
Christopher Brownbridge. Most Australian states have laws that penalise jaywalkers.
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Jan 14, 2019 10:28PM
Christopher Brownbridge
Jaywalking as a crime seems to me to be a strange anomaly in a country which advertises itself as "home of the free". It is unknown elsewhere.
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Dec 23, 2018 4:39PM
Ian Swindale
You certainly need to be careful crossing any road in South Africa. Doing so at traffic lights (or Robots as we call them) is especially dangerous as one of the country's "national sports" is running red lights at red.
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Oct 31, 2018 6:01AM
Ian Swindale
We should have this in South Africa but many drivers think it is their absolute right to drive in whatever way they like - jumping red lights is a real favourite, Driving well above the speed limit and then tail-gating the driver in front is another, so it's highly doubtful if they would take any notice of a red light on a pedestrian crossing and pedestrians would be just as guilty, Another favourite is walking across a motorway regardless of traffic. No wonder I've given up driving here!!
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Oct 4, 2018 6:08AM
Jo Elliott
Bloody good idea!
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Aug 7, 2018 5:58PM
Jeannie Fontana
I pay attention and it is the only reason I have not been hit yet. Drivers do not pay attention.
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May 21, 2018 4:28PM
Lorraine Thomas
As a child I was taught to always look both ways twice before stepping off the pavement and to keep looking until I reached the other side. This is something I still do today sixty plus years later. As for people who walk a.ong the pavements with their heads down and then cross the roads starring at their phones...well they are just accIdents waiting to happen. They obviously think they are invincible.
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May 16, 2018 7:27AM
Ian Swindale
In theory we need this in South Africa as the number of deaths involving pedestrians is awful but I doubt it would succeed here. Many of the fatalities occur when someone crosses a motorway or other roads that have little in the way of speed limits. It's almost as though it was a game of chicken. So you couldn't put up one of these devices on a motorway and it wouldn't work in inner cities as people cross the road whenever and wherever they feel like it.
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May 7, 2018 5:16AM

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