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Berlin Residents Rally For Pedestrian Safety On The Road That Divides Them


The small town of Berlin, Md. is cut in half by Route 113, one of the busiest highways on the Eastern Shore. And over the past few decades, nearly 50 pedestrians have been killed trying to cross the highway -- including, most recently, a teenage boy.  Now, residents are rallying for changes to the road, which they say divides their town both geographically and racially.

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