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warning red

A warning that an attack by the enemy aircraft and/or missile(s) is either imminent or in progress.
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FOLLOWING on from my suggestion for the introduction of warning red lights at the Holy Island causeway crossing to stop idiot drivers from ignoring printed warnings, I fail to see the logic of your correspondent got (Letters, June 29) who recommends the authorities should invoice the guilty for costs involved.
Police said in a large number of recorded uses of the equipment, a warning red dot shone on the suspect has been enough to make them comply with officers.
SHEPHERD'S WARNING Red sky glowing over North Yorks yesterday
Can't a warning red light circuit be installed aligned to the tide table to stop all the distress and danger created through ignorance?
It is not known if the passenger train had a protection system to put on the brakes if the driver goes through a warning red light.
He said he wrote to all 47 NHS trust chief executives, warning red tape would be axed by Labour and had received "very positive responses".