Reporter Q McCray provides a description of how Operation Best Foot Forward reminds drivers to follow the law. Drivers who fail to yield and stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk may receive a $164 ticket and three points on their license. Originally published by WRDQ on July 21, 2020.
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