Denver Heads Up campaign addresses auto-pedestrian crashes
Denver’s mayor, police chief and other local leaders on May 7 rolled out the Heads Up safety awareness campaign they hope will slow the high rate of auto-pedestrian collisions in the city.
From Jan. 1 to April 24 auto-pedestrian crashes were up almost 35 percent since the same period in 2010. Hit-and-run cases are up 55 percent over each of the previous four years, The Denver Post reported on April 28.
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