PHOTO: Haiti Street Signs and Traffic Lights

PHOTO: Haiti Street Signs and Traffic Lights

Look at this photo... Haiti Street Signs and Traffic Lights...

Street signs in Haiti are few and far between, Traffic lights don't often work. Sad to say but it's true...

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