Railroad Crossing

When a driver of a vehicle is approaching a railway crossing at a time when a clearly visible electrical or mechanical signal device gives warning of the approach of a railway train, a crossing gate is lowered or a person holding a flag is giving a signal of the approach or passage of a railway train, a stop sign has been erected at the crossing, or a railway train in dangerous proximity to a crossing is approaching the crossing and emits an audible signal or is visible, the driver must stop the vehicle at least 5 meters from the nearest rail of the railway and must proceed only when it is safe to do so.

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