Florida Highway Patrol: With Traffic Lights Out, Drivers Reminded To Treat Intersections as Four Way Stop

By  //  September 11, 2017

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'First to stop- First to go'

Florida Highway Patrol Troopers advised everyone that numerous traffic lights out and drivers are reminded to treat as a four way stop – ‘First to stop- First to go.’”

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida Highway Patrol Troopers are encountering numerous people out sight-seeing this Monday morning in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

“There is a curfew still in place,” said Sergeant Kim Montes, Public Affairs Officer for the Florida Highway Patrol.

“We also has numerous traffic lights out and drivers are reminded to treat as a four way stop – ‘First to stop- First to go.’”

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For State Roads contact *FHP (*347).

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