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A Laird Drive sign on Eglinton Avenue.
A glimpse of how busy the Eglinton Avenue East and Laird Drive intersection can be.
A driver turning at the "danger zone" pedestrian crosswalk, as one pedestrian called it. This is the southeast corner of Eglinton Avenue East and Laird Drive.
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