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Karma will hunt you down no matter who you are. This angry pedestrian cusses the driver but gets instant karma when he hits face first into the traffic post
26 May 2017
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This guy was grazed by the attacker’s car. He is telling some news stations how he got saved and what he thinks happened.
21 May 2017
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Indian driver's are known to not follow rules. Worse still,they show no respect to a fellow human - the pedestrian. Most driver's fail to stop at the zebra crossings for the pedestrians. Perhaps this video will encourage the Indian driver's to follow the rules i.e. The Zebra belongs to the pedestrians and bring about a much needed cultural change on Indian roads.
27 Apr 2007
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At a busy Intersection when two cars collided in this accident led to one of the cars rolling over on top of a pedestrian.
20 Sep 2009
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Speech by Francesco Ferrari MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [Rapporteur] [Language IT original] Report: Francesco Ferrari (A6-0081/2008) on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [COM(2007)0560 - C6-0331/2007 - 2007/0201(COD)] Committee on Transport and Tourism Ferrari_080617_215405_rapp_it
20 Jun 2008
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Speech by Marios Matsakis MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [on behalf of the Group] [Language IT original] Report: Francesco Ferrari (A6-0081/2008) on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [COM(2007)0560 - C6-0331/2007 - 2007/0201(COD)] Committee on Transport and Tourism Matsakis_080617_220347_obog_en
20 Jun 2008
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Speech by Francesco Ferrari MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [Rapporteur] [Language IT original] Report: Francesco Ferrari (A6-0081/2008) on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of pedestrians and other vulnerable road users [COM(2007)0560 - C6-0331/2007 - 2007/0201(COD)] Committee on Transport and Tourism Ferrari_080617_223434_rapp_it
20 Jun 2008
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In the 1940's educational video When You’re a Pedestrian, Joe Smith, the deceased narrator, encourages both pedestrian and driver safety. Taking the "scare them straight" approach, footage of bad car accidents from the streets of Oakland, California, and scenarios depicted in a scaled-down model city, graphically illustrates accidents and documents the carnage left behind. Though primarily about how pedestrians must be careful, the film also implicates drivers and their responsibility to drive safely. "Here is death. Raw and ugly death!" the narrator fiendishly intones. The remedies for these horrors are, as one would expect, safe driving habits, defensive driving, and pedestrian safety tips. These gruesome car accident stories are not entirely dated and without merit in and of themselves: road traffic accidents are a horrific killer every year. When You're a Pedestrian is good for a laugh and a reminder of the need for pedestrian and driver responsibility.
29 Jun 2009
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Pedestrian Promo
22 Sep 2008
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Walking to school requires care and cautiousness, as this video, Walking to School, shows. It depicts the perfect behavior of 1950s schoolchildren. Complete with clear regulations from the narrator and well-trained kids demonstrating how to be a responsible pedestrian, every youngster can learn the right way to travel to and from their learning establishment without their parent's supervision. Remembering this regimen is important for a child's safety and this educational film does a wonderful job of showing all the right ways to go about being careful.
29 Oct 2008
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The ABC of Walking Wisely is a brilliant 1950s educational film created just for boys and girls. This video teaches young children how to be safe when walking among streets filled with traffic. It is done in a simple manner, using the letters of the alphabet to describe what to do and what not to do acting as pedestrians, making the lessons easy to understand. There is the misbehaving 'J' walker, the gawking 'G' walker, the clownish 'K' walker, and many more throughout the film. What is timeless about this learning piece is it can be used even today for all our youth out there!
29 Oct 2008
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During Daylight Savings, clocks and smoke alarms aren't the only things needing attention; according to GMAC Insurance, drivers and pedestrians should also pay attention to their habits to stay safe. Last year, a study confirmed that pedestrians are three times more likely to be killed in the month during the Daylight Savings switch (both in spring and fall). In response, GMAC Insurance surveyed over 5,000 licensed Americans to determine if they take additional safety precautions during the time change. The findings reveal that two-thirds of respondents – amounting to approximately 133 million Americans – do not take extra precautions while walking during this time. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/gmac/35714/
3 Nov 2008
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Pedestrian Encounter
19 Nov 2008
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Promo 10 for the series, "Perils For Pedestrians". You can see the series on public access cable channels in 150 cities. Ask how you can help get the series on the public access channel where you live. www.pedestrians****
10 Jun 2009
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Victims of pedestrian accidents can sustain serious personal injury. If you've been hit by a car while crossing the street, contact a Los Angeles pedestrian accident lawyer immediately. Estey and Bomberger has an extensive background in handling pedestrian injury cases. Visit www.losangeles.esteybomberger**** for more information.
8 Dec 2008
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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 112,000 pedestrians and cyclists were injured and nearly 5,800 killed in traffic crashes in 2006. With new technology, the automotive industry hopes to help reduce those numbers. General Motors has been developing a two-way communications technology called V2P, or vehicle to pedestrian communication, to support a driver's ability to safely operate their vehicle around pedestrians and cyclists. V2P uses two different types of technology, GPS and wireless communications to send and receive its location information to other users. The new miniaturized technology, about the size of a cell phone, will allow pedestrians and cyclists to wear transponders that will give drivers with transponder-equipped vehicles warning when they are getting too close. In the future, GM hopes to make this technology available to pedestrians by offering it to cell phone and keyfob manufacturers. Produced for General Motors
12 Dec 2008
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