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Design of city streets could be contributing to crashes

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Design of city streets could be contributing to crashes

Design of city streets could be contributing to crashes

Dennis Kilday looks twice before he mows his neighbors' lawn.

That's because cars "fly" over Delhi Pike, making people there anxious about being hit — or having cars plow into their homes.

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