Black people across the U.S., both innocent bystanders and those fleeing the police, have been killed in police chases at a rate nearly three times higher than everyone else, USA Today reports. The newspaper examined federal records for 5,300 fatal pursuits since 1999, when the government started tracking the races of people killed in car crashes. On average, 90 black people were killed . . .
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