The intersection at Cedar Avenue and Bulldog Lane got a new left-turn signal to benefit the large student and sports-fan pedestrian traffic. This picture was taken before the signal was added. On Nov. 1, a jury rejected a lawsuit that claimed the intersection was dangerous and caused motorcyclist Steven Kennedy to collide with a car and get badly injured in April 2014. Bee letter writer Al Perry has some advice for drivers and motorcyclists to keep everyone safer.
The intersection at Cedar Avenue and Bulldog Lane got a new left-turn signal to benefit the large student and sports-fan pedestrian traffic. This picture was taken before the signal was added. On Nov. 1, a jury rejected a lawsuit that claimed the intersection was dangerous and caused motorcyclist Steven Kennedy to collide with a car and get badly injured in April 2014. Bee letter writer Al Perry has some advice for drivers and motorcyclists to keep everyone safer. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee File
The intersection at Cedar Avenue and Bulldog Lane got a new left-turn signal to benefit the large student and sports-fan pedestrian traffic. This picture was taken before the signal was added. On Nov. 1, a jury rejected a lawsuit that claimed the intersection was dangerous and caused motorcyclist Steven Kennedy to collide with a car and get badly injured in April 2014. Bee letter writer Al Perry has some advice for drivers and motorcyclists to keep everyone safer. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee File

Drivers, riders should take extra precautions on the road

November 08, 2017 12:35 PM

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