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Pennsylvania is a great state, but there are some areas where you have to be a bit careful. If you’re wondering what, technically, are the most dangerous cities in the Keystone State, we have the list for you.

The crew at RoadSnacks.net has put together a list of the most dangerous cities in Pennsylvania for 2022. One comment in the study cracked me up, with the writer stating, “Surprisingly, Pennsylvania has done a fair job of keeping it’s crazy spread evenly across the state.” I guess they’re saying no one part of the state is markedly more dangerous than another. They even joke that the more dangerous areas might have something to do with a Steelers, Eagles rivalry. You never know, right? They add, “Some might wonder why we produced this list. Well, one goal is to definitely help people navigate these dangerous cities when trying to make an informed decision on what city they should call home.”

Even if you city falls on this list, not all is lost. I mean, there are good and bad areas in every city across America. “We’re not saying that there aren’t little pockets of goodness in these Pennsylvania cities,” the study states. “There are neighborhoods and shopping centers in these cities that are working hard to make life easier. And it’s not entirely Pennsylvania’s fault. They have the 6th highest population per capita. As with most situations, there’s bound to be problems with that many people: especially that many Pennsylvanians in one area.”

Read on for a list of the most dangerous cities in Pennsylvania for 2022, according to RoadSnacks.net. If you’re curious about something more national, head here to see the outlet’s list of the most dangerous cities in America.

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