Divine Code for December 11, 2022
Today: Page 342
Topic 3:15 -- 3:16
If one is driving on a road and a pedestrian is suddenly encoutered in the car's lane, the pedatstrian is not considered to be a pursuer if the driver can stop or swerve without causing a fatal accident.
But if someone on foot just walks onto the highway and swerve or brake would cause a fatal accident on the highway, it is permissible for the driver to continue forward and fatally strike the person who is suddenly in his lane.
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