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Close to one thousand New Yorkers staged a "die-in" at Washington Square Park on Tuesday to demand safer city streets, as the protests over recent cyclist and pedestrian fatalities continued for the third straight week.
A vigil for a cyclist killed in Brooklyn escalated into an emotionally-charged screaming match on Wednesday, pitting the anguished bike community against two employees of the cement truck company whose driver fatally struck the victim.
De Blasio pledged on Tuesday to launch a "major enforcement action" targeted at reckless drivers, following the third cyclist death on city streets in the span of a week.
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