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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.
YAS also gained the warning red light for its ability to respond to 95% of less serious "Category B" calls within 19 minutes.
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.
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.
Can't a warning red light circuit be installed aligned to the tide table to stop all the distress and danger created through ignorance?