We saw that and wondered what happened this time.
People blow through the light at La Canada Way all the time. When trying to turn onto Sunland Blvd. you have to triple check when the light turns green that everyone is actually going to stop.
I go throught that intersection at least twice a day. I do the same thing, and I'm glad I do because I can't count how many times I've seen people blast through there going around 60 mph and not even give the red light a second thought.
It was a lot worse when they first put in the light, but, it still happens enought not to trust it.
I was in that area yesterday, going down Sunland Blvd. I was going down the hill, a fire truck with lights and sirens was coming up the hill. I slowed down, put on my blinker to move to the right and stop. Someone in a Mercedes was behind me and really laid on the horn, never stopped for the fire truck, and cut off about three cars ahead of me before vanishing out of sight.
I'm not sure if it is true or not, but, I heard from someone that "they" are considering lowering the speed limit on Sunland Blvd to less than 45 mph. I'm not sure how effective that would be, since those of us going 45 probably aren't causing most of the accidents. I think that it might be more effective if the police actually take people to jail for wreckless driving if they are exceeding the limit by 20mph or more, which is the law. Instead, they write the ticked for 65 and send the person on their way pay the increased fine so they can stick around and write more tickets. It's become more of a fund raising thing than a safety thing. My humble opinion, of course.