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The Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the US

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  • The Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the US

    Thought this was interesting. If they're dangerous now, imagine how nice they'll be when the bottom falls out.

    The Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the US
    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.)

    The 12ga.... It's not just for rabbits anymore.

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    Yeah, it doesn't surprise me that Memphis has 2 of the top 25. I'm just surprised that Orange Mound is not on the list. That is one area I am afraid of going into during the DAY. There are a lot of areas I would not go into at night at all.

    I lived in Frayser for quite a while and loved it while I was there, however no one could PAY me to live there now. I was so glad to get out of the Memphis area. :eek:


    • #3
      Wow. I'm glad I live no where near any of those places, nor is it likely that I will ever have to go near them!:eek: