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Denver Calling Attention to hit-and-run Epidemic

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From 9News

DENVER – Fifteen people lost their lives in auto-pedestrian crashes in Denver in 2013. As of June 1, seven people had already been killed in auto-pedestrian crashes, and four people have been killed in hit-and-run crashes in Denver. These statistics are why Denver Police, Denver Public Works and Mayor Michael Hancock are proclaiming June as "Heads Up" month.

The "Heads Up" campaign was launched in May 2013 to encourage commuters to keep their "Heads Up" and take responsibility for their actions when walking, biking or driving.


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