Holmfirth, England, officials spent $196,000 on a pedestrian crossing that they now say no one can use. That's because they built the walk in front of Angela and Robin Wray's driveway and it wouldn't be safe for people to stand there while waiting to cross the street. Officials say it will cost another $45,000 to remove the crossing.
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