Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Louisville on pace for record pedestrian deaths

In all, 73 people on foot were killed in automobile collisions in Metro Louisville during the last four years. On average, nearly 16 pedestrians have died annually since 2010, according to a WDRB analysis of police reports.



And a review of crash data through July 3 shows Louisville is on pace for nearly 20 pedestrian deaths this year -- the most in four years.


Analysis: Louisville on pace for most pedestrian deaths - WDRB 41 Louisville News



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