Drivers warned as Christmas lights draw crowds

| 20/12/2014

(CNS): The police are asking drivers to be careful on the roads while families enjoy the Christmas lights on show around the island but particularly at the Bodden’s in South Sound and the Creighton’s in Spotts. Police said road signs are in place there to warn drivers about pedestrians are crossing the street near the Creighton property to visit the annual festive light show. Drivers travelling along South Church Street are also asked to use caution near the Bodden’s home and police are reminding pedestrians to look both ways before crossing the streets. Light clothing should also be worn at night and people should walk facing oncoming traffic. “Keep it safe this Christmas,” the RCIPS said.

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  1. Sir Henry Morgan says:

    Am I the only one that thinks the place across the street from Sunset House looks like Christmas wen't to Vegas and had too much to drink and threw up all over said location upon returning home?

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was nice running past the light on the marathon.No traffic to worry abou!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Christmas lights or not, drivers should obey the traffic laws INCLUDING not parking on the yellow lines on S. Church Street.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Acouple of police should be out there directing traffic.

    • Anonymous says:

      People should direct themselves responsibly. Ok we're in Cayman, stupid comment, apologies in advance