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This father was shown walking on a Georgian city street, while holding hands with his two young children, his son to his left, and his daughter to his right. The three had paused at an intersection while waiting for the crosswalk signal to indicate permission to cross the street. Adherence to the rules and regulations governing our roadways, as well as staying alert and focused on the activities taking place all around you, will make for a much safer walking experience, especially on a city street.
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