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A dozen protestors took to the intersection of Euclid and Forest Hills in East Cleveland demanding action. They believe a four-way blinking red light at the busy intersection is a threat to pedestrians and traffic.

They took a stand in the street for about an hour.

“We don’t want anyone to get killed right here, we don’t want people to wreck their cars,” said protest organizer Gerald Strothers.

The protesters believe the blinking red light causes confusion among drivers and pedestrians, and will eventually lead to someone getting seriously hurt. They are asking that the city return the light to a normal operation to ensure safety.

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