Special Report

The Most (and Least) Dangerous States for Pedestrians

Minnesota
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50. Minnesota
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
0.27
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 15 (12th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 361 (21st lowest)

Downtown Omaha at sunset
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49. Nebraska
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
0.48
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 9 (6th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 225 (13th lowest)

Snow Coverd Abandoned Bridge
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48. Iowa
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
0.61
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 19 (14th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 321 (18th lowest)

Portland Lighthouse, Maine
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47. Maine
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
0.68
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 9 (6th lowest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 131 (7th lowest)

Cincinnati, Ohio
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46. Ohio
> Pedestrian fatalities per 100,000:
0.74
> Total pedestrian fatalities: 86 (17th highest)
> Total traffic fatalities: 1,006 (8th highest)

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