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Police in New Jersey are Warning People not to use a Fake Crosswalk

Police in New Jersey are warning people not to use a fake crosswalk. Township of Union police say the spray-painted crosswalk was discovered Thursday morning at the intersection of Vauxhall Road and Brookside Drive. Police say the intersection is located on a curve with an incline, making it unsafe for pedestrians to cross.

Instead, pedestrians should cross at the intersection of Vauxhall and Salem roads where there is a traffic light, or at the intersection of Vauxhall Road and Biscayne Boulevard which has a properly marked crosswalk and signage. It is unclear who painted the fake crosswalk. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Union Police at 908-851-5000.


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