‘A highly dangerous street’

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Traffic whizzes past on Horizon Drive near the site where Matthew Bandelin, 38, of Englewood was struck by a Jeep sport-utility vehicle in the right northbound lane as he walked across the roadway Jan. 23. Bandelin died of his injuries.

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Randall Clark wasn’t so much shocked as disheartened.
And he was definitely angry.
A little more than two years ago, his 79-year-old mother, Loretta Clark Pereda of Whittier, California, was killed while trying to cross Horizon Drive.

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