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Accident rate down for city vehicles

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City workers have stopped regularly crashing into parked cars, buildings, signs and other fixed objects. While there are still fender-benders and the occasional serious accident, the overall accident rate has gone down sharply this year. There have been just 20 accidents so far, Finance Commissioner Ismat Alam said. Last year, city drivers racked up 88 accidents, including 21 collisions with parked cars and another 11 with fixed objects. Mayor Gary McCarthy said that it’s too ...


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justapto
October 29, 2012
9:08 a.m.

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Just keep paying your taxes and 'be Happy'

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