On Oct. 29, I was almost hit by a car and a truck on lanes to Okanagan Landing at the intersection of 25th Avenue and 37th Street.
The yellow caution light was flashing at that time.
Drivers must be more attentive and pay attention to signal lights and pedestrians. I was so angry.
One should not have to be afraid of crossing intersections that have signal lights.
If I could have, I would have ran after both drivers but I must use a walker to get around.
Inattentive drivers must lose their license for quite some time, perhaps permanently.
There is no excuse for not paying attention to pedestrians and crosswalks. The police should nab such drivers and take away driving privileges at that time and not receive just a slap on the wrist.
All drivers, watch the road as I do not want to become an accident statistic. Incidentally, the memorial is still up for the young girl killed on the bike lane at the same intersection.
Drivers, how would you like to have your life snuffed out?