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Blind Sale resident requests pedestrian crossing signs

15th April 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A blind resident from Sale has requested Sainsbury's to put up warning signs to make drivers aware of pedestrian crossings.

David Poyner told the Messenger that he had suffered unsafe behaviour by motorists outside of the store, with Mr Poyner admitting that he has experienced verbal abuse from road users.

"Immediately the crossings were painted and I was told that there would be a meeting to arrange signs to warn drivers of the presence of pedestrians. Nothing was done about the signs, and now the crossings have faded again," Mr Poyner explained to the news provider.

He noted that Sainsbury's is "just going through the motions" by not putting up signs.

Road users should keep an eye out for any warning signs that are in bad condition and warn their local council in order to get them fixed as soon as possible.

If any errors are not addressed, the safety of motorists could be put in danger.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801571152-ADNFCR


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