|I love the dude in the suit with no shoes.|
A New Jersey community is going back in time to get people’s attention about pedestrian safety.
After a series of accidents where walkers were hit by cars, police in Wycoff are starting a safety campaign, and to help get the point across, members of the police department assigned to crosswalk detail reenacted the Beatles iconic crossing for the cover of “Abbey Road.”
A couple things you may notice in the picture to make things “authentic:” There’s a man in the background in kilt and with bagpipes. That’s Wyckoff’s Township Administrator.
And a local car dealer even supplied a Volkswagen Beetle to represent the one in the original August 1969 photo. The Cliffview Pilot tells how police hope their use of humor in this case increases safety.