5 Deadliest Cities in Florida Seniors Must Avoid

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3. Lake Worth

Right next to Fort Lauderdale, this city is always sunny and has great weather all over the year. It has amazing beaches, a new fishing pier, and lots of historical buildings. The downtown is beautiful, and you can find many restaurants and specialty stores.

The cost of living is lower than in other places in Florida, and there are many retiree communities you can join. But this small town is not as quiet as it seems, and you can fall victim to robbery and pickpocketing.

The violent crime rate is 9.26 per 1,000 residents, and the property crime rate is 44.32 per 1,000 residents. Also, the poverty rate is quite high at 21.6%. We recommend not carrying large amounts of money with you and using an anti-theft travel backpack if you plan to visit this city.

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