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Can urban planning protect our streets from vehicle attacks?
While vehicle attacks are difficult to predict and prevent, urban planning and design — like installing bollards — could play a role in mitigating the death and carnage, experts say.
Police officer in 'revenge porn' case sues over distribution of intimate images
'I tried to comfort her': Good samaritans recount chaotic moments following van attack
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