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December 7, 2013 7:14 PM

High rate of cycling injuries in SLO may be a 'call to action for decision-makers'

If San Luis Obispo were ranked in the top 10 for healthy living, residents wouldn’t bat an eye. But bike accidents? SLO ranked first or second most dangerous each year since 2008 for California cities of similar size.

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