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The Florida Department of Transportation recently posted a very graphic safety video of pedestrians being hit by cars.

The video,  “See the Blind Spots,” shows a pedestrians being hit by cars and police holding body bags.


State Rep. Irv Slosberg, a Democrat from Boca Raton, said the “See the Blind Spots” video is a much-needed wake-up call for walkers and drivers. He said the scenes were stripped off the internet.

“We need something graphic on the air,” he said. “We’re going backwards instead of forwards. A lot of it has to do with driver distraction: cell phones, texting and driving.”



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