Don’t Follow the Crowd when Crossing the Street
While in New York City last week I saw some tourists almost get killed because they weren’t paying attention and crossed the street when the person in front of them did. That was almost a huge mistake. They learned the hard way that some (maybe even most) New Yorkers don’t wait for the crosswalk sign and like to take chances when they cross the street since they’re always in a hurry. Don’t jaywalk and always be sure to look both ways. Don’t just rely on what the person in front of you does—in New York or anywhere else.
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