(PRWEB) August 03, 2013
Allhiphop.com in the story ‘50 Cent Pays For Slain Teen’s Funeral Procession’ on May 25, 2013 states that 50 cent paid for the horse-drawn carriage and coffin of a girl who was accidentally shot in New York City. The family did not have burial insurance. D’aja Robinson was killed while riding on a bus in Queens. It is believed that the killer was aiming at a different girl and hit D’aja instead. Sunsetfinances.com offers 5 laws for a funeral procession.
1. Vehicles with lights on have right of way- A procession headed by an escort car with flashing red and blue lights has the right of way at an intersection. One exception is when an emergency vehicle with a flashing light requires the right-of-way. The procession also doesn’t have right-of-way when a police officer is directing traffic.
2. Driving between the vehicles of a funeral procession is prohibited.
3. Vehicles in a procession must have flags or stickers- A vehicle that is part of a procession must use funeral flags or pennants. Window stickers are another option.
4. Passing a funeral procession is allowed when safe- On a multiple lane highway, it is permitted to pass a funeral procession when it can be done safely.
5. Misrepresentation of a funeral processional is illegal- Anyone who is not part of a funeral procession may not form a procession and turn on their headlights to secure right of way.
Sunsetfinances.com notes that 50 Cent paid for the funeral of a teenage girl who was slain in Jamaica, Queens.
Sunsetfinances.com offers a list of 5 laws for a funeral procession.
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