Published on April 17, 2017

Arizona ranks 3rd highest in the nation for pedestrian deaths

What the hell? Are drivers AIMING at these people?

Arizona ranks 3rd highest in the nation for pedestrian deaths new report finds Arizona has one of the highest rates of pedestrian deaths in the country.

The report by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association finds Arizona ranks third in the United States for the most pedestrian deaths per capita.

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53-year-old pedestrian dies after being run over by biker 22-year-old college student was arrested after he ran over a 53-year-old pedestrian while speeding on a motorcycle.

The incident occurred at Marine Drive in the early hours of Sunday.

According to the Marine Drive police, the incident took place …

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Pedestrian deaths increase nationwide use a designated crosswalk to cross Ninth Street near Hope College on Friday, April 7, 2017.

Pedestrian fatalities across the nation are rising, but in Michigan those numbers are decreasing.

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Nation, Humboldt County experiences increased pedestrian injuries, deaths

A recent report shows that pedestrian traffic deaths are up nationwide, having increased by 11 percent between 2015 and 2016.

Humboldt County and Eureka have ranked among the top three counties and cities in California with the highest pedestrian …

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Pedestrian in wheelchair killed in Las Vegas intersection of two pedestrians killed last Saturday night in the same intersection has been identified by the Clark County coroner.

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Pedestrian struck, killed while crossing road in Plymouth

A pedestrian was struck and killed late Saturday morning as he sought to cross a road in Plymouth.

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Look out crossing the street. Pedestrian deaths spiked to highest rate in 40 years deaths by vehicles grew at a higher rate last year than at any other time in the past 40 years, a new study found, and Charlotte and the Carolinas also saw significant increases.

The study by the Governors Highway Safety Association …

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