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Arizona in brief: Study finds Arizona has highest rate of pedestrian deaths in U.S.

A new study reveals Arizona has the highest rate of pedestrian deaths per residents in the U.S. and nearly double the national average — a rate of .81 pedestrian deaths for every 100,000 people. (Stock photo)

A new study reveals Arizona has the highest rate of pedestrian deaths per residents in the U.S. and nearly double the national average — a rate of .81 pedestrian deaths for every 100,000 people. (Stock photo)

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