Dec 20, 2019

In S.F., pedestrian deaths shine light on street safety - SFGate

Twenty-one people were struck and killed by drivers while walking the streets of San Francisco last year, the highest number of pedestrian deaths since 2007 in a city where three people on an average day get hit by cars or trucks. [...] December, 2013 was shaping up to be an average year in the city for pedestrian fatalities. The recent spate of pedestrian deaths and serious injuries has...

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