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    • Driver Who Killed Mother of Daily News Reporter Faces Charges Under Right of Way Law (News)
    • S.I. Pedestrian Dead; Police Say He Jumped on Hood During Dispute and Driver Sped Away (Advance)
    • Mark Your Calendars: 7 Train Extension Should Open September 13 (News, Gothamist, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Uber vs. de Blasio Reaches Fever Pitch in Advance of Expected Council Vote (NYT, Capital, WNYC)
    • Queens Man Killed After His Son Runs Cambria Heights Stop Sign (WNBC, WPIX, Gothamist)
    • Brooklyn Man Says NYPD Officers Fabricated DUI Charges After They Struck His Vehicle (News)
    • Three Subway Lines See Modest Gains With New Platform Staff; Delays Still Growing Systemwide (News)
    • Speeding Driver Flips Car, Kills Himself on Conduit Avenue (TL)
    • Vox Makes the Case for Saying "Crash" Instead of "Accident"
    • Third Avenue in Bay Ridge Is Hopping on Car-Free Summer Stroll Weekends (Bklyn Daily)

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