Car Driver Airs Dismay Due to Malfunctioning Traffic Lights Suddenly Malfunctioned

A car driver got shocked after the traffic lights along España Boulevard suddenly malfunctioned for an unknown reason.

Traffic lights, traffic signals or stoplights are signaling devices positioned at road intersections, pedestrian crossings, and other locations to control flows of traffic. The different colors of lights tell drivers what to do.

The green light gives the go signal, yellow as preparatory and red for a full stop. Motorists who will ignore or disrespect the signals will be subject to corresponding sanctions and penalties.

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The Facebook page “VISOR” has shared video footage of malfunctioning traffic lights along España Boulevard. The video immediately spread like a wildfire online and elicits reactions from the netizens.

In the video, it can be seen that the vehicle driver along the road together with other motorists. Everything seems to be fine until he reached a road intersection with traffic signals. The driver sees the red light.

After a few seconds, the traffic lights turn green, and immediately grabbed the opportunity to cross the intersection. Unfortunately, the lights suddenly passed out and turned off, which might lead to a road accident.

The driver expressed his disappointment regarding the incident and continue to travel as if nothing happened. The traffic light can be located along España Boulevard. The video has been originally posted by a netizen named Paul Symon Ferrer Madera.

The video has a caption:

“Sudden malfunction of traffic lights along España Boulevard. This is an NCAP-covered area po.”

The online community expressed their reactions to the post:

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