Barbarian Group Hijacks NYC's Speed Signs With Skeletons

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New York City showed off its new skeletal speed-warning signs last week, part of the Department of Transportation's ongoing campaign to show that a pedestrian's odds of death are greatly reduced if the car that hits them is traveling below 30 miles per hour—the limit across much of the five boroughs.

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