Study: Brooklyn has more traffic fatalities involving senior citizens than any other borough

The study found that 202 pedestrians over the

The study found that 202 pedestrians over the age of 60 were hit and killed in Brooklyn. (August 21, 2014 5:56 PM)

A recent study shows that senior citizens are more likely to get hit and killed by an oncoming car in Brooklyn than in any other borough.

The Tri-State Transportation Campaign looked at traffic fatalities from 2003 to 2012, and found that 202 pedestrians over the age of 60 were hit and killed in Brooklyn. In comparison, Staten Island only had 29 during the same period.

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