The Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the US

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Here are the 25 most dangerous neighborhoods to live in among the states.


“Chicago has the dubious distinction of holding four places on a list of the 25 most dangerous neighborhoods in the nation.”

Here is the list:
Cincinnati, Ohio (Central Pky./Liberty St.)
Chicago (State St./Garfield Blvd.)
Miami, Fla. (7th Ave./North River Dr.)
Jacksonville, Fla. (Beaver St./Broad St.)
Baltimore (North Ave./Belair Rd.)
Kansas City, Mo. (Bales Ave./30th St.)
Memphis, Tenn. (Warford St./Mount Olive Rd.)
Kansas City, Mo. (Forest Ave./41st St.)
Dallas, Texas (Route 352/Scyene Rd.)
Richmond, Va. (Church Hill)
Memphis, Tenn. (Bellevue Blvd./Lamar Ave.)
Dallas, Texas (2nd Ave./Hatcher St.)
Springfield, Ill. (Cook St./11th St.)
St. Louis (14th St./Dr. Martin Luther King Dr.)
Little Rock, Ark. (Roosevelt Rd./Bond St.)
Philadelphia (Broad St./Dauphin St.)
Tampa, Fla. (Amelia Ave./Tampa St.)
New York City (St. Nicholas Ave./125th St.)
Chicago (66th St./Yale Ave.)
Baltimore (Orleans St./Front St.)
Cleveland (Cedar Ave./55th St.)
Orlando, Fla. (East-West Expy/Orange Blossom Trl.)
Detroit (Mount Elliott St./Palmer Ave.)
Chicago (Wallace St./58th St.)
Chicago (Winchester, Ave./60th St.)

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