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So, PWSA messed up again, this time by letting the chlorine levels in the Highland Park Reservoir to get too low, increasing the chances of bacterial contamination. If you live in the blue zone, don’t drink your water unless you have a filter that filters out bacteria, or boil your water for at least a minute. There is also an alert for ice that you may have made today, or brushing your teeth or washing your dishes.
On a related note, whoever is responding to questions on their Twitter account is on fire.
Speed Kills, dawg.
The map is pretty self-explanitory.
Click to see it on the National Coalition for Safer Roads site
The 10 Cities with the most speed-related fatal crashes
- Los Angeles
- New York
- San Antonio
- Fort Worth
- Kansas City
Just a different, really clean view of the recently released Allegheny County Crash Data, created by WPRDC. This is the 2014 numbers only, but you can click between “All,” “Bicycles,” “Pedestrians,” and the heat map.
Find out more.
A morbid look into the homicides in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, sortable by type.
Care of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Mapping Pittsburgh’s bike accidents, 2006-2012
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s interactive map showing where all of the reported bicycle crashes took place.