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Do you feel safe walking in Alhambra? / ¿Se siente seguro andar a pie en Alhambra? / 你感觉在阿罕布拉市步行安全吗?

A driver struck Aug. 22 two pedestrians who were crossing Valley Boulevard at Monterey Street. Both victims sustained serious injuries and were transferred to a nearby hospital. 

This is not the first time in recent years a pedestrian was hit by a car in Alhambra. Gabrielino High School graduate Bo Feng was struck by a 73-year-old driver at New Avenue and Shorb Street on July 15, 2011. The 17-year-old died as a result of her injuries.

The Alhambra Police Department conducts regulation decoy operations the agency says improve pedestrian safety. We want to know what you think. Do you feel safe walking in Alhambra? Take our poll.

El 22 de agosto, un chofer arrollo a dos peatones quienes cruzaban Valley Boulevard, crucero con Monterey Street. Las dos víctimas sufrieron graves heridas y fueron trasferidas a un hospital cercano.

No es la primera vez en años recientes que arrolla un vehículo a un peatón en Alhambra. Bo Feng, graduado de Gabrielino High School, fue arrollado por un chofer de 73 años en la New Avenue crucero con Shorb Street, el 15 de julio, 2011. La victima de 17 años murió a consecuencia de sus heridas.

El Departamento Policiaco de Alhambra conduce operaciones de carnada; las cual dice la agencia, mejora la seguridad peatona. Queremos saber qué piensa usted. ¿Se siente seguro como peatón en Alhambra? Tome la encuesta.


这并不是近年来在阿罕布拉市发生的第一起行人被撞伤事件。Gabrielino高中毕业生Bo Feng在2011年7月15日在New街和Shorb街交界被一个73岁的司机撞倒。这个17岁的学生后来因伤去世。


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