What caught my eye was
Victoria Walks commissioned research into senior citizens and pedestrian deaths, and Mr Rossiter said the result was clear.
"We found the most common crash scenario is right-turning vehicles and the second most common is left-turning. They're both where drivers should be giving way," he said.
He added that roads were designed for people in cars — what he dubbed "canned people" — and pedestrians — "fresh people" — were a second thought.
Unsurprisingly arald screwloose had nothing to say when it comes to actual pedestrian safety.