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Study: Distracted driving more lethal

According to a recent study, from 2005 to 2010, the national number of pedestrians struck and killed by distracted drivers increased from 344 to 500, an almost 50% increase. For cyclists, the numbers killed went from 56 to 73, a 30% increase. Read more and read the study’s abstract.

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