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Safety signs on the road must be followed

30th March 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Drivers could be seriously hurt if they do not pay attention to road safety signs, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has warned.

The Lurgan Mail reported that a number of motorists have been seen to flout 'no entry' and 'no right turn' signs near a petrol station at Highfield, Craigavon.

Constable McKeown from Brownlow Neighbourhood Policing Team warned that there would be increased patrols of the area and anyone seen contravening the traffic flow designated by the safety signs will be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £60 and three penalty points.

They could also face prosecution for driving without due care and attention.

Constable McKeown said: "If motorists continue to ignore these signs it is only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt or killed. The road signage and markings are clearly visible and all motorists should turn left towards Central Way on exiting the filling station."

Additional safety signs are to be erected at Bridgewater Place, Leeds, in order to warn motorists of high winds in the area.



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