Lyft reports more than 4,000 assaults between 2017-2019

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Lyft has released a long-awaited report, highlighting how many fatalities and assaults its passengers have been involved in.

The damning data shows that more than 4,000 sexual assaults were reported by riders from 2017-2019. The report also detailed several motor vehicle fatalities.

Global’s Reggie Cecchini reports on the data, the risks ride-hailing users face and how lawyers are circling in on lawsuits.

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