DEATH ALLEY: 2 Mile Stretch of Road Claims 60 Homicides in 7 Years

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A new series of photos shows a daily life in Westmont, Los Angeles — including a 2-mile stretch where 60 people have been killed since 2007.

Nicknamed ‘Death Alley,’ it is part of the city’s South Vermont Avenue, and goes up to the Imperial Highway.

Most of the people killed on this road were shot to death.

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Westmont is one of the deadliest places to live in Los Angeles County — 100 people were killed in the 1.8 mile space between Los Angeles and Inglewood in the last seven years, The Los Angeles Times reports.

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