By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 July 2015 • 13:29
AS a second person was hit by a car just days after a pedestrian died in the San Pedro Boulevard area, residents and business owners have voiced their concern. “Everyone that lives here has been saying it for ages, this was bound to happen. It’s as if the authorities are waiting for more deaths before they do anything,” locals said. The lack of caution on the parts of both pedestrians and drivers has led to concern as to the lack of safety on local streets. But in spite of many complaints to the council the only measure put in place was a 40-kilometre speed limit sign, which drivers ignore. Groups are calling for speed bumps, more surveillance and extra caution as more visitors arrive and the roads get busier.
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