Practice Pedestrian Safety
In cities across Ontario pedestrian deaths and injuries are on the rise. Many blame distracted drivers, but distracted pedestrians are also a problem. Distractions from mobile devices including texting, emailing and music are often to blame. It is up to both drivers and pedestrians to keep people safe. Be a safe pedestrian and put down your phone when walking. Pay attention to the traffic around you and only cross at lights and crosswalks when it is safe to do so. Learn more about pedestrian safety tips in the following from the Ontario Medical Association.
Ontario Medical Association: Pedestrian Safety
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