I went back to page one and it wasn't answered whether a car can go or cannot go.
The car must give way to the pedestrian(s) who are crossing. The pedestrian(s) have the right of way.
The pedestrian(s) also have a time frame in which they may cross, indicated by the green / red / flashing red pedestrian signals.
Just because a pedestrian crosses outside their signalled time, this does not remove the obligation of the vehicle driver to give way to them (i.e. you can't mow them down just because they crossed on a red light).
Two wrongs don't make a right.