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Interesting read, David, but wondering if you bothered to survey the accident scene before writing your piece. I can tell you I have walked/jogged the area hundreds of times. I have seen precisely where the accident took place. The sidewalk is well-separated from the curb. It is adjacent to a flat, 4-lane undivided residential roadway. On a slight curve, yes, but far from a blind curve. Traffic is at times moderate, usually light, never heavy. Placing crosswalks every 100-feet is not practical and would largely be ignored by walkers. Tragic? Horribly yes, but not sure what your point is in this specific case....

by Dave on Dec 2, 2012 12:03 pm • linkreport

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