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Pedestrian Injuries Resulting From Car Accidents
Pedestrian Injuries Resulting From Car Accidents

Pedestrians are incredibly vulnerable. Unlike automobile passengers who are safely enclosed in a vehicle, or bicyclists and motorcyclists who have the benefit of specialized safety gear, pedestrians have nothing to reduce the possibility of severe injuries in the event of an ...

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