A preliminary report released by the Chicago Police Department shows that the number of pedestrian fatalities in the city rose by 31 percent during 2015. Forty-six pedestrians lost their lives after being struck by motor vehicles last year. This is up from 35 fatalities the previous year. The Illinois Department of Transportation will be releasing their official count later this year, but it is expected their report will be the same. For more detail Visit: http://stromlawyers.com
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