your foolishness in choosing an unsafe street was at least contributory to your death .
Nick Tattersfield

And if you don’t know it’s a bad street? Should one be blamed for reasonable ignorance?

People should be aware of their actions and decisions and whereabouts, but no one can always be attentive enough to prevent tragedy. You sound as though you think a tragic event is punishment for someone who may be making a harmless (to others) mistake. Am I correct in this understanding?

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