ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 07, 2013
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(Washington: David Kerley) The reasons for the rise in people walking being killed by cars examined; scenes shown from a Washington, DC, demonstration, a jogger being struck, walking drunks in England hit by a car; details given about pedestrians walking drunk and distracted walking. [NHTSA administrator David STRICKLAND- says most fatalities happen at night.] [Secretary of Transportation Anthony FOXX- says distracted walking is a real problem.]
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