Iconic kangaroo warning sign removed…in Columbus, Ohio

14 May 2018

Ohio, as you’re probably aware, has no kangaroos. But one street until relatively recently had a kangaroo crossing warning sign. Much-loved by neighbours, its removal by the council, was greeted by dismay and even outrage. The local public news outlet covered the story and found out how it came to be installed, four years ago.

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