Traffic safety advocates march in Queens for World Day of Remembrance

Traffic safety advocates gathered in Astoria Park in Queens on Sunday for a World Day of Remembrance.
The march was led by Families for Safe Streets and Transportation Alternatives. 
Participants marched across the borough and stopped at crash sites of victims along the way. 
According to Families for Safe Streets, 3,000 people were seriously injured in traffic accidents this year, 80 pedestrians were killed, 27 cyclists were killed and 10 children died in scooter/stroller accidents.