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Pedestrian Safety: A New Tradition

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Pedestrian Safety: A New Tradition
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A 2007 Federal Highway Administration film (FHWA-FLH-07-001).

This film is available courtesy of the FedFlix.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal License (Public Domain Dedication).

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Duration: 11:14
A video for parents, guardians, transportation coordinators, and tribal leaders. Native Americans have the highest rates of pedestrian injury and death of any group in the United States. In fact, adult pedestrian death rates for Native Americans are almost 3.5 times that of the general population. For Native American children, the pedestrian death rate is almost four times that of the overall population of the United States.
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