Our Town: “The Second Tragedy of Traffic Deaths”

Jill Abramson reports on the growing movement against traffic violence led by families who have lost members in crashes.

As many as 260 people are expected to die this year on New York City streets. But almost none of the drivers involved in those cases will be prosecuted — adding to the nightmare for the families of the victims.

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As many as 260 people are expected to die this year on New York City streets. But almost none of the drivers involved in those cases will be prosecuted — adding to the nightmare for the families of the victims. – See more at: http://ourtownny.com/local-news/20141203/the-tragedy-after#sthash.t9cVIb65.dpuf

As many as 260 people are expected to die this year on New York City streets. But almost none of the drivers involved in those cases will be prosecuted — adding to the nightmare for the families of the victims. – See more at: http://ourtownny.com/local-news/20141203/the-tragedy-after#sthash.t9cVIb65.dpuf
As many as 260 people are expected to die this year on New York City streets. But almost none of the drivers involved in those cases will be prosecuted — adding to the nightmare for the families of the victims. – See more at: http://ourtownny.com/local-news/20141203/the-tragedy-after#sthash.t9cVIb65.dpuf
As many as 260 people are expected to die this year on New York City streets. But almost none of the drivers involved in those cases will be prosecuted — adding to the nightmare for the families of the victims. – See more at: http://ourtownny.com/local-news/20141203/the-tragedy-after#sthash.t9cVIb65.dpuf

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