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In 2011, the most recent year for which figures are available, 708 people were killed in 682 crashes involving a bicyclist and another vehicle, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Of those fatalities, five occurred in Maryland from five crashes.
In 2010, 630 crashes resulted in 645 fatalities. Nine of those were in Maryland in eight crashes."
Today’s Frederick News-Post; bicyclist Jaime Lopez was hit on Sunday and died early Monday. (Details about the circumstances were not published in the article. Comments as of noon Tuesday were surprisingly civil.)
In 2011, all of Maryland’s “crashes” involving a bike and a motor vehicle were fatal.
Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens for winning the Super Bowl! Now, can someone tell me where Baltimore is?
The answer is Maryland, by the way.
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