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There's a difference between who is legally at fault in a collision on the real, underlying reasons someone was killed or injured. It's worth exploring how both situations can be improved but its disingenuous to confuse the two in an attempt to prove something about a story or reaction.

Also the lady kille on the trail last year is a tragedy but also a freak accident because it rarely, rarely, rarely happens. Meanwhile we have weekly stories about people getting killed in vehicles and still think its a problem of personal responsibility. Where's the social responsibility to consider the safety and convenience needs of pedestrians in our urban areas?

by Drumz on Dec 1, 2012 3:52 pm • linkreport

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