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    • Hit-and-Run Dollar Van Driver Kills Angel Sagardia, 47, and Injures His Wife on Flatbush Av (News, PIX)
    • No Charges for SUV Driver After Crash Kills 50-Year-Old Man on Springfield Blvd (News, Gothamist)
    • Cop Says She Voided Cell Phone Ticket for Vanessa Gibson After Pol Pressured NYPD Brass (News)
    • New Yorkers Sing Praises of Bus Lanes, Faster Buses in Times Story on Subway-Free Transit Deserts
    • DOT Will Begin Installing Chrystie Street Protected Bike Lane by End of the Month (Bowery Boogie)
    • Hell's Kitchen Electeds Slam Port Plan for New Bus Terminal; PA: There's No Alternative (DNA, WCBS)
    • Jamaica Man Pleads Guilty to Hit-Run, Will Serve Six Months After Killing Pedestrian in February (TL)
    • Hit-and-Run Motorcyclist Injures 50-Year-Old Stapleton Man (Advance)
    • 26-Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies After Striking Car on Q'Boro Bridge Ramp Early Sunday Morning (News)

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