Shouldn't pedestrian safety be remedial for college students? [Letter]

It is unbelievable that the cream of the crop of our youth, university graduates who have completed 18 years of education, do not know how to safely cross a highway, a skill I learned in second grade ("University of Maryland, city officials urge pedestrian safety on U.S. 1," July 7).

If irresponsible people make irresponsible decisions, who bears the responsibility for the consequences? To place the burden on Maryland taxpayers is irresponsible and wrong.

Bill Garrison

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