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Watch where you walk

The Washington area ranks eighth in percent of traffic deaths that were pedestrians.


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Pedestrian safety study ranks D.C. in middle
Article | A national transportation coalition concluded Monday that dozens of other metropolitan areas are more dangerous for pedestrians than Washington -- just hours after a car struck and killed a D.C. man as he crossed a street in Suitland.

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