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Subject: More Pedestrian Deaths Occur in Poor Neighborhoods
Date: Mon Aug 04 12:33:29 MDT 2014

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August 4, 2014

More Pedestrian Deaths Occur in Poor Neighborhoods

Many cities have made pedestrian safety a priority, but their efforts rarely focus on poorer areas, which have approximately double the fatality rates of wealthier communities.


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