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Infant Death Triggers Scrutiny of Jitney Rules In New Jersey

Posted on November 15, 2013

WEST NEW YORK -- Standing at the site where an 8-month-old baby was struck and killed after an accident involving a jitney bus in July, transportation union officials and politicians today pledged the girl's death will not be in vain.

NJ.com article here

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Related Topics: accidents, commuter services, illegal operators, jitneys, mini-buses, New Jersey operators, vehicle safety

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