Help Make Our Pedestrian Crossing Save Lives!

Pedestrian Crossings in the UK have taken many lives. The majority of the cases were caused by the regulatory body that did not conform to the safety regulations set by the Dft. This ongoing issue must not continue. It has now taken another innocent and law abiding life - Mrs. Iveta Iravanian. Leo dropped his wife to work and waved her goodbye and unfortunately 5 minutes later, she was hit by a bus and it dragged her underneath for 50 meters. She died moments later. This fatal accident happened around 9AM on Friday, 23rd February 2007 at the Lower Grosvenor Garden, London pedestrian crossing. Further investigations were conducted and Leo had found numerous distressing outcome. He had found that a traffic light was twisted from view which may have caused major confusion to pedestrians. After numerous and persistent requests to Tranport for London (TfL) to fix the faulty traffic light, it still remains the same to this day. Please find below links relating to the issue: We must work together to stop this incident from happening again. We need your support so we can ensure that the faulty traffic light is fixed with immediate effect. Also, we hope that all pedestrian crossing in the country meets the safety guidelines set by DfT. Those who fails to do so shall be prosecuted heavily by law. Again, your support is invaluable to us.Please sign your petition below and let us know your thoughts. Seeking Justice, Leo.


Leo Iravanian - Continuously fighting towards justice.


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