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The Weekly Carnage

9:25 AM EDT on August 18, 2006

Here is the third installment of our Weekly Carnage column, covering the tragic fatalities that inevitably result from a car-dependent society. This week there was a lot of family trauma. A 4-year-old girl loses her mother, father and sister. An 85-year-old man kills his presumed wife. An 18-year-old son kills his father.

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(Photo by Vincent Laforet for The New York Times)

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