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Proceeds went to Person-to-Person, which serves ...
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The Parent Awareness talk on ...
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Ann, education was brought up as an additional priority for Lowey and Maloney. Lowey said she is supporting an amendment that will include $10 million in funding for enforcement and education. Maloney also noted that the gates at grade crossings are designed to come off, which means if somebody is caught inside they can get out. However, he does not believe that this is widely known.
In the instances where accidents have occurred, human error was the cause. Perhaps PSAs educating the public to be alert and responsible, might be a better idea.
For 99.9% of the population the gates with the flashing lights and bells do just fine.
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