A person commits the offense of failing to observe a blind person if as an operator of any vehicle or other conveyance, he fails to:
(1) Give special consideration to the bearer of a white cane or user of a guide dog; and
(2) Stop and remain when approaching such bearer until such time as the bearer has safely reached a position well outside the course normally used by the operator of the vehicle or other conveyance.
Cross reference--Pedestrians generally, § 24-256 et seq.
State law reference--Similar provisions, R.R.S. 1943, 28-1314.