Pedestrians beware: Rise in fatalities linked to factors like time change, distracted driving, smartphone use

At least 45 pedestrians have been fatally struck by motor vehicles so far this year in Connecticut, and the most deadly time of year for pedestrians — from October through December — isn’t even over, said Amy Watkins, pedestrian safety coordinator for Watch for Me CT, an advocacy and education group focusing on pedestrian and cyclist safety.

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