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Road safety signs petition 'gets 2,000 signatures'

16th November 2009 | Health and Safety Signs

A major petition is calling for road safety signs to be implemented along the A45 and has been signed by more than 2,000 people. The campaign was launched by a woman who had been hit by a car along the road at the age of seven, Gemma Whitlock, and was released following an accident that took the life of a 13-year-old girl, the Northampton Chronicle and Echo reports. The petition calls for extra road safety signs and fencing along the stretch of the road in Northampton. Ms Whitlock claims that the original plan of installing a footbridge will not be sufficient and instead highlights the benefits of other safety measures. She says: "Something needs to be done about the road because people are still walking across it." Earlier this month, the Highways Agency advised road users to pay attention to safety signs along the roads, especially in areas where upgrading work is taking place.


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