Sahra Sulaiman

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Sahra Sulaiman on KCRW

A truck ran over a man on Tuesday night in Burbank, capping off a particularly deadly week for cyclists and pedestrians.

Why there's been a rash of hit-and-runs with cyclists and pedestrians

A truck ran over a man on Tuesday night in Burbank, capping off a particularly deadly week for cyclists and pedestrians.

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