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Mum campaigns for improved road safety signs

17th October 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A mother from Sheffield is campaigning for improved warning signs, after her son was seriously injured in an incident on the roads.

Leasa Ward's son Mitchell was knocked down in the city's Manor region last June, prompting a Smiley SID sign to be introduced in the area. However, Ms Ward has told the BBC that the safety measure is insufficient.

In an interview with the news provider, she said: "I've seen a lot of accidents on that spot where Mitchell was knocked over since I've lived here and the Smiley SID's not enough."

Ms Ward highlighted that more strict measures need to be adopted before another injury occurs.

It follows a report in the News and Star, which revealed that work will commence on introducing new electronic signs throughout Cumbria's northbound carriageway and the A66.

Work is set to start on October 24th.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800760174-ADNFCR


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