Pedestrian deaths on the rise in Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota safety officials say the number of pedestrian deaths has risen sharply this year.
Twenty-three pedestrians have died in Minnesota this year — the deadliest in the last five years. Last year at this time, 14 people had died after being struck while walking on Minnesota streets or roads.
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