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  • The State of Florida Tops New List for Most Pedestrian Deaths
    The State of Florida Tops New List for Most Pedestrian Deaths

    A new safety report from Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coalition revealed that the state of Florida leads the rest of the nation when it comes to the state with the most ...

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  • Commonly Sustained Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents
    Commonly Sustained Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents

    When two motor vehicles collide, the results can be incredibly severe, or even fatal for those involved. However, the chances of a catastrophic or fatal injury are even higher when it comes to ...

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  • Pedestrian Safety Tips for Summer
    Pedestrian Safety Tips for Summer

    Everyone wants to get out of the house a little during the summer. Parents and grandparents take their kids to the park, people spend hours at the beach, and the enjoyment of a bike ride is almost ...

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  • Police: Florida man struck pedestrian, left to buy drink
    Police: Florida man struck pedestrian, left to buy drink

    Imagine that you accidentally cause a hit-and-run crash. Your first priority would be to stop immediately and attend to the victim, wouldn’t it? Most people would say “yes,” but not everyone thinks ...

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  • Florida Driver Flees Scene After Striking Man Using Wheelchair
    Florida Driver Flees Scene After Striking Man Using Wheelchair

    Leaving the scene of an accident can have consequences almost as serious as causing the accident itself. A recent truck crash left a Florida man seriously injured, and now the driver is facing charges ...

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  • Pedestrians, bicyclists at risk despite fewer accidents
    Pedestrians, bicyclists at risk despite fewer accidents

    Statistics show that roads in the Orlando metropolitan area have become safer for motorists and their passengers, but this has apparently not benefited bicyclists and pedestrians, who have a ...

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