Deadliest Week of the Year for Pedestrian Injuries is First Week of July and Cost $63B Last Year

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ONTARIO, Calif. /California Newswire/ -- A just released research paper, by noted economist and author Jay Prag of the Drucker School, finds that the cost of pedestrian injuries and deaths from accidents cost the United States economy more than $60 billion in 2018 alone. According to the research, sponsored by Maglite, the vast majority of accidents and the highest percentage of deaths. Originally published on CaliforniaNewswire.com -- Deadliest Week of the Year for Pedestrian Injuries is First Week of July and Cost $63B Last Year
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Deadliest Week of the Year for Pedestrian Injuries is First Week of July and Cost $63B Last Year

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