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More than 1,500 people have killed themselves at the Golden Gate Bridge, making it one of the world's most-active suicide spots. A lesser-known statistic is the large number of people who bridge security officers have talked out of jumping.

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Golden Gate Bridge Turns 75

Golden Gate Bridge Turns 75

Reuters (May 29, 2012) — The Golden Gate Bridge towers over San Francisco Bay for 75 years.
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Fed Want Cars to Be Able to Talk to Each Other

AP (Feb. 3, 2014) — Raising hopes of preventing many collisions, transportation officials say they'll propose requiring that automakers equip new cars and lite trucks with technology that lets vehicles communicate with each other. (Feb. 3) Video provided by AP
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