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The return of the crossing guard

Crossing guard Eric Saide was back at his post on 24 Avenue in South Surrey Monday morning. - Dan Ferguson photo
Crossing guard Eric Saide was back at his post on 24 Avenue in South Surrey Monday morning.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson photo

Crossing guard Eric Saide, 81, was back at his post on 24 Avenue in South Surrey Monday morning as Spring break ended and students returned to their classrooms.

The retired Air Canada engineer has been helping school children safely cross the road for 15 years.

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