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Where You're Most Likely to Get Killed as a Pedestrian in the United States
Did you know that pedestrian accidents are on the rise? According to the Governors Highway Safety Administration, there were 6,590 pedestrian deaths in 2019 alone, which was a 5% increase from the previous year. In fact, that's a 60% increase in fatalities dating back to 2009.

In this infographic from Parker Waichman, you'll learn more about what areas of the United States you're at a higher risk of death as a pedestrian. Interestingly enough, eight of the top ten metro areas listed are in Florida, including the top five. The only two metro areas ranked in the top five that aren't in the state of Florida are Bakersfield, California (#7), and Jackson, Mississippi (#10). Aside from ranking the top 25 most dangerous metro areas for pedestrians, this guide also looks at the safest places, the number of pedestrian deaths per 100,000 residents in various areas, and more. Did your hometown make either the most dangerous or safest lists?

Where You're Most Likely to Get Killed as a Pedestrian in the United States
Infographic by: www.yourlawyer.com

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Where You're Most Likely to Get Killed as a Pedestrian in the United States #Infographic

Where You're Most Likely to Get Killed as a Pedestrian in the United States
Did you know that pedestrian accidents are on the rise? According to the Governors Highway Safety Administration, there were 6,590 pedestrian deaths in 2019 alone, which was a 5% increase from the previous year. In fact, that's a 60% increase in fatalities dating back to 2009.

In this infographic from Parker Waichman, you'll learn more about what areas of the United States you're at a higher risk of death as a pedestrian. Interestingly enough, eight of the top ten metro areas listed are in Florida, including the top five. The only two metro areas ranked in the top five that aren't in the state of Florida are Bakersfield, California (#7), and Jackson, Mississippi (#10). Aside from ranking the top 25 most dangerous metro areas for pedestrians, this guide also looks at the safest places, the number of pedestrian deaths per 100,000 residents in various areas, and more. Did your hometown make either the most dangerous or safest lists?

Where You're Most Likely to Get Killed as a Pedestrian in the United States
Infographic by: www.yourlawyer.com

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