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Alarming increase in fatal crashes on Long Island 

Two hundred forty-three people died in traffic crashes in Nassau and Suffolk last year, including 72 pedestrians, and the numbers keep climbing. NewsdayTV’s Drew Scott reports. Credit: Morgan Campbell; Debbie Egan Chin; Craig Ruttle

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