Crossing Guard Dog Armed With Stop Sign Keeps Kids Safe

Brad Curtis and his dog Patches, who wear matching safety vests, help school kids cross the street in a Pennsylvania school district.
3:00 | 08/27/15

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Traffic passes by until Brad Curtis holds up a stop sign it's the first week back to school for students in Jersey Shore area school district. That means Curtis is back at his post here along Allegheny street in Jersey Shore. Everybody's suddenly into the routine. For the past few years they're retired contractor spent his mornings helping kids cross this busy intersection. It's make you feel young and happy and make you smile let it sit crossing guards four legged friend who really has people smiling. Well it's dog but that little stop filling me in and I really really cute and it also. Like it don't he's just like mascot. To Jersey Shore other than the bulldogs of course and meet patches. He's the lovable five year old multi move follows Curtis where ever he goats he waits right on the curb until I'd take the step. And then he goes I never see any problems. Very well trained Curtis is required to Wear safety that's on the job he tells us it was only appropriate that is hot war once you. When it kids suggested this. He should also have best in this stop signs his is grandma Patricia. We'll that a Ford he didn't Wear it at first and then all of a sudden I was like who heard look at how. That's what killed everybody I think it gets everybody. Definitely intent rosy hue Schmidt has a great view of the crossing guard do you L from the window of her hair salon. They love and stop pet him. Yes patches as loved as for Curtis he says he'll bring patches along with him to work until the winter weather hits. Christina pop but news watch sixteen lie coming county.

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