VIDEO: What do you See?

dashCan’t see anything in the video? That’s the problem. Now look closely again. This reader-submitted dashcam video shows two people, dressed all in black, crossing a Lakewood road last night – a disaster waiting to happen.



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  1. I agree train people to cross responsible way. I thought your suppose to slow down as a cautionary measure when approaching pedestrians, intersections, and other possible hazards. Speed limit is 25mph on that road, how fast was dash cam guy going?

  2. I checked my camera program and it said I was doing 30 MPH during this clip.

    @notsofast – yes my headlights were on! On some streets especially during / post rain your headlights don’t give off a lot of light.

  3. Yes please take some more taxpayer money to teach grown men how to cross streets. How about a daily common sense course on top of that. People need to stop being so selfish in this city and start using there brains once in awhile, pedestrians and drivers!

  4. An open letter to the Lakewood community.
    Here is a simple way to save the life of you or your loved one.
    I almost hit you. Yes you. We talk about reflectors and they are vital . There is something in addition to reflectors something that may be even more vital than reflectors. And that is not dashing across Madison Avenue in front of cars at high speed during day or night. I work off Madison Ave. I see you cross in middle of the street in front of zooming cars daily. I see your brothers cross in middle of the block in front of zooming cars. I see your cousins cross, I see your neighbors cross, I see fathers of kids in your Children’s class cross in front of cars in middle of Madison Ave. (I am not talking about at a street corner certainly not at a light.) I see you there Shabbos morning running between cars on the Avenue. I see you there Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday. Sometimes I have to scream at children not to copy you as I see children dodge running between zooming cars on Madison Ave. To answer the question about the most important thing in pedestrian safety it is :
    Do not cross in front of high speed driving cars on Madison Ave during the day or night any day of the year. You may be surprised at this but check out Madison Ave before or after Seder every day and Shabbos morning. I really hope you will save your life and never again cross Madison in front of zooming cars in middle of the street (or at a corner) and I really hope that you will take this information to your local shul, or neighborhood and do something to bring awareness. And if you have the means to put this out there publically than you will be doing a great favor to your own brothers in your community.

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