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Featured Headline: A jogger was hit by a car at the intersection of Tesla and Silver Lake Drive on Wednesday and was taken to the hospital.  Silver Lake residents have complained about this intersection for years and both the local City Councilman, Tom LaBonge, and LADWP have promised to address their concerns.  It sounds like the fixes are too late for at least one jogger.

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