Pedestrian Fatalities Remain At 25-Year High For Second Year In A Row

Pedestrians cross the street as traffic moves along 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan on Jan. 25.

In 2015 and 2016, the number of pedestrians killed in the U.S. increased significantly. In 2017, the number held steady at nearly 6,000 estimated fatalities, according to a new report.

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Source: NPR