Texting And Walking Is Dangerous

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(KPLR) – Texting while walking may be just as risky as texting while driving. Researchers at the University of Washington found texting pedestrians took nearly two additional seconds to cross three or four lanes of traffic.

They were four times more likely to disobey lights, not look both ways or veer off the cross walk.

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