Kent police will be adding new flashing lights at crosswalks to alert drivers of school zones to three elementary schools in Kent to increase pedestrian safety.

Kent Police to Give Kent Elementary Schools a Change | Kent Injury Attorney


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8/27/2011
Kasia Kim
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Kent elementary schools will be seeing some changes before their first day of school, reports King 5 News.

Kent police will be adding new flashing lights at crosswalks and intersections to alert drivers of school zones to three elementary schools in Kent- Kent, Scenic Hill and Meadow Ridge.  After these improvements, 13 of the 28 elementary schools in Kent will have the flashing lights.

Currently, only 85% of elementary schools in the State of Washington have the flashing lights at their intersections and crosswalks.   With hopes of installing these attention-grabbing signs to 100% of the state's elementary schools, The Washington Traffic Safety Commission is providing funds to schools all over the state.

If your child has been injured as a pedestrian or in any kind of accident, the Andrew Kim Law Firm can help.  Our office represents children at no cost in personal injury claims for children.  In a free consultation, our experienced Kent accident lawyer will discuss the accident and the claims process with you.  To reach our office call (253) 682-2000, (425) 289-1990 or (800) 636-3676.



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