A man walks through a crosswalk as the timer counts down on Thursday, Oct. 26, in Bellingham. Even though it’s against the law to enter a crosswalk when the hand is flashing, being in the intersection then does not increase a pedestrian’s risk.
A man walks through a crosswalk as the timer counts down on Thursday, Oct. 26, in Bellingham. Even though it’s against the law to enter a crosswalk when the hand is flashing, being in the intersection then does not increase a pedestrian’s risk. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
A man walks through a crosswalk as the timer counts down on Thursday, Oct. 26, in Bellingham. Even though it’s against the law to enter a crosswalk when the hand is flashing, being in the intersection then does not increase a pedestrian’s risk. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Road Rules: The seconds are ticking and the hand is flashing; should you cross the street?

October 30, 2017 05:00 AM

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