Below is from the Democrat in the last few days: Anita Neal, struck earlier in the week by a car <http://www.tallahassee.com/article/20111113/NEWS01/111130323/Woman-struck-b y-car-while-jogging-dies-from-injuries#> while she was jogging on Capital Circle Northeast, died on Friday. Neal is the latest pedestrian death in Florida, named by one advocacy group as the most dangerous state in the nation. Neal, a Jacksonville native, moved to Tallahassee to attend Florida State University and never left. "She loved it" in Tallahassee, said her sister, Tracie Collier. "She thought it was the greatest place in the world to raise a family." Neal leaves behind a teen daughter. The 48-year-old Neal was health-conscious, generous and compassionate, Collier said. Family visitation is scheduled for 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bethel AME Church, 501 W. Orange Ave., according to Darryl Jones, executive director of the Bethel Community Development Corporation. Her funeral is 11 a.m. Thursday, also at Bethel. Neal was a member at Bethel, where she was active in the music ministry and youth programs, Collier said. "She loved people, she was very giving, very generous and caring, a Christian," Collier said. "She had a lot of friends. There have been a lot of calls, an outpouring from her professional community and a close-knit network of friends there." Neal was an account executive for Sprint Nextel, where she'd worked for more than 20 years. --------- Woman struck by a car while jogging dies from injuries A spokesperson for the Tallahassee Police Department said on Saturday that an investigation into the Tuesday crash is ongoing. No charges have been filed. Police earlier identified 53-year-old Lynn Renaud as the driver of the vehicle that struck Neal. Police reports indicated Neal was among a group of runners heading south on Capital Circle Northeast near Park Avenue early on Tuesday morning. Neal was in the roadway, running in the bike lane, as Renaud was moving into the turn lane. Florida is a dangerous place for pedestrians. Transportation for America, an advocacy group, ranked Florida the worst state in the nation for pedestrian fatalities in its report, Dangerous by Design 2011. From 2000 to 2009, the report said, there were 5,263 pedestrian deaths in Florida, representing more than 16 percent of all traffic fatalities during that same time. Four metropolitan areas in Florida were the worst in the nation, according to the report. Orlando, Tampa-St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Miami topped the list for worst rate of pedestrian deaths. Tallahassee was not included in the study. Check out the TABI resource web page at http://acorange.home.comcast.net/TABI and please make suggestions for new material. if you'd like to unsubscribe you can do so through the freelists.org web interface, or by sending an email to the address tabi-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.