2009 New Jersey Code
59:4-4. Failure to provide emergency warning signals
TITLE 59 - CLAIMS AGAINST PUBLIC ENTITIES
59:4-4 - Failure to provide emergency warning signals
Subject to section 59:4-2 of this act, a public entity shall be liable for injury proximately caused by its failure to provide emergency signals, signs, markings or other devices if such devices were necessary to warn of a dangerous condition which endangered the safe movement of traffic and which would not be reasonably apparent to, and would not have been anticipated by, a person exercising due care.
L.1972, c. 45, s. 59:4-4.
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