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Olmsted County Sheriff Deputies and Local School Mascots Go Viral With Recreation of Famous Photo

No one wants to hear another boring speech about Pedestrian Safety, so the Olmsted County Sheriff's Department came up with a fun, new way to spread the message of safety.  If you missed it on their Facebook page, don't worry, I got you!

You've seen the album cover for The Beatles where they are crossing the road, right?  Imagine that classic cover but instead of The Beatles, we are going to throw in a few favorite mascots of local schools and some Olmsted County Deputies.   The pictures and poses are perfect and are a great reminder for us all to be aware while driving of pedestrians and for pedestrians to cross safely in the crosswalk.

Who used the crosswalk better?
A. The Beatles (Abbey Road Album Cover)
B. Deputy Olson and the Byron Bears
C. Deputy Owen and the Stewartville Tigers
D. Deputy Peterson and the Dover-Eyota Eagles
School is officially back in session, which means there will be more pedestrians. Drivers, always watch for pedestrians. Pedestrians, please focus on crossing the street safely.
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Who do you think did it better?  Let me know and send me a message on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio or on Instagram at Jessica On The Radio.

As you are driving in town, please remember to watch for pedestrians.  We have a lot of kids walking to school, families and individuals that are out for walks, and many people who walk downtown for work.

Listen to Jessica Williams weekdays from 6 am until 10 am on Y105FM's Early Morning Show with James Rabe and Jessica Williams.

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