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Here Are 10 More People Who Have Died in Traffic Crashes This Year (Because It Keeps Happening)

233 people have been killed in traffic crashes in New York City this year.  More than half have been pedestrians. 

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Here Are 10 More People Who Have Died in Traffic Crashes This Year (Because It Keeps Happening)

233 people have been killed in traffic crashes in New York City this year.  More than half have been pedestrians. 

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