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Deaths by car

The number of pedestrians killed by cars in the United States climbed a fraction in the first half of last year after a four-year decline. From 1999 to 2009, deaths of pedestrians younger than 20 dropped 42 percent, the biggest decline among any age group.

The number of pedestrians killed by cars in the United States climbed a fraction in the first half of last year after a four-year decline.

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