Minnesota above average in pedestrian safety; rural areas deadlier
Crossing the street in Greater Minnesota can be more deadly than on the busier avenues of the Twin Cities. That's according to a report released this week by Transportation for America.
It says the pedestrian death rate was above the national average in Cass, Becker and Itasca Counties between 2000-2009. The report also includes an interactive map that allows searching for pedestrian deaths near any town in the U.S.
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