WHOOPS: Crews misspell stop sign

- It's a big "oops" on a California roadway. It appears the transportation crews who installed a road sign didn't "stop" to check the spelling first.

The paint on the ground is supposed to say "stop," but instead it's spelled "S-T-P-O."

It didn't take neighbors long to notice the blunder. The misspelling was made even more obvious when it was juxtaposed right next to a correctly spelled stop sign.

Residents are now trying to get city officials to fix it. 

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