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8:58 AM EDT on September 19, 2014

    • Cyclist Strikes Pedestrian in Central Park; Victim on Life Support (Post, News)
    • NYT Wowed by TZB Construction, Devotes Six Sentences to Cuomo's Financing Shenanigans
    • Bill Bratton Inherited NYPD's Deadly Drunk Driving Epidemic (WNBC)
    • More Coverage of Thursday's TLC Vision Zero HearingPostAMNYEpochNewsWNYC
    • De Blasio Determined to Replace Central Park Horse Carriages With Electric Cars (CapNY)
    • 70th Precinct Defends Criminal Summonses for Parade Ground Walkers and Bikers (DP Corner 1, 2)
    • Whew: Crossing Guard to Put a Stop to Recklessness, Child Maimings on Northern Boulevard (News)
    • DOT Can't Decide If Cars Landing in Front Yards Warrants Fix at St. Albans Intersection (NY1)
    • Queens Supreme Court Staff and Visitors Risk Death to Keep Parking (Post)
    • 78th Precinct Gets Into the Park(ing) Day Spirit (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Teen Driving: What Could Be More Wholesome? (NPR, PIX)

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