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Dog Owner Erects Bold Sign After Car Hits His Pet, But Not Everyone Approves.

Despite knowing that kids resided and often played in the area, Kevin Jackman became weary of watching people speed past his house in Middletown, New Jersey. The worried local had had enough of the irresponsible conduct. So, in an effort to put a stop to it, he constructed a sign that drew a lot of attention.

The sign emerged on Duchess Avenue, a side street that neighbors say is closed from Route 36 and often gets congested as vehicles cut through to avoid traffic. Jackman was fed up with impatient vehicles using the side street and speeding through the area at unsafe speeds to avoid the crowded traffic on the main route.

Jackson made his bold statement knowing that someone could get hurt. He wanted people to slow down because he knew someone could get hurt. The eye-catching sign advises cars to slow down. “My dog was struck last week because you won’t slow down. If you hit a kid, your family will be burying you,” it says.

Jackman says he was inspired by a similar remark he received on social media. Signs like Kevin Jackman’s have shown before. One homeowner, clearly irritated, chose to do something about the automobiles speeding past their house. The sign was photographed and uploaded to Reddit with the caption “This sign in my neighborhood.”

This sign said, “We buried our dog last week because you won’t SLOW DOWN.” It was similar to Kevin Jackman’s sign. If you hit one of my kids, your family may bury you.” The photo instantly went viral, but not all liked it. Rather, it sparked a heated discussion among commentators.

While some were eager to endorse the sign’s sentiments, others highlighted what they saw as an obvious flaw that was being overlooked. Many others thought the problem was the dog owner’s failure to keep their dog on a leash. Others, though, remarked that individuals should not be driving so quickly in a residential neighborhood in the first place.

Certainly, we should pay attention to our pace and adapt it to prepare for unforeseen situations, particularly when slowing down might save a life. Do you believe that beating a dog would be a difficult pill to swallow? Imagine having to live with the guilt of murdering someone’s kid in order to save a few seconds on your commute.

Nobody wants to be the one who murders a family pet, let alone a kid, as a result of our rush. So, every now and then, we need stern warnings not to get so preoccupied with our own lives that we neglect to look out for others. Safety must always take precedence over convenience, particularly when kids are involved. Arriving a minute later will not result in anyone’s death. A few additional miles per hour, on the other hand, may. Be wise and respectful; you may wind up saving someone’s life whether you know it or not.

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