AAA gives out its awards for pedestrian safety

November 17, 1992

Aberdeen, Bel Air and Havre de Grace have received Pedestrian Safety Achievement Awards from the American Automobile Association for their roles in preventing pedestrian fatalities and injuries.

Havre de Grace was cited for not having had a pedestrian fatality during the past 10 years.

Although Aberdeen reported one pedestrian fatally in 1988 and one in 1989 and Bel Air logged one fatality in 1989, both localities reported no deaths in 1990 and 1991.

Nearly 2,400 cities throughout the country participated in the 53rd annual AAA Pedestrian Safety Inventory, which evaluates and recognizes significant pedestrian safety achievements.

The program focuses on pedestrian safety needs by generating local interest in accidents involving pedestrians.

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