Pedestrians hit at 1,000 Pittsburgh intersections in past nine years
August 10, 2014 12:00 AM
A pedestrian waits to cross the intersection of Fifth Avenue and South Aiken Street in Shadyside.
The intersection of 18th and East Carson streets on the South Side.
Sabrina Matteo holds a portrait of herself and her mother Salome Gutierrez at her Ingram home. Ms. Gutierrez was killed while crossing the street to her bus at 18th and East Carson streets in November 2009. She was one of 13 pedestrians killed between 2006 and 2013.
Mckenzin Sprague, 16, left, and Darah Appling, 18, both of Erie, sing outside of the farmers market at 18th and East Carson streets.
By Emma S. Brown, Madeline R. Conway, Golzar Meamar and Sarah Schneider / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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