Deaths on Roadways Highest in 12 years

Print More,1,3128745.story?coll=la%2Dheadlines%2Dnation%2Dmanual Traffic deaths in the United States increased last year to the highest level since 1990. Fedeal officials attributed the increase to factors like rollover crashes, heavy drinking, and more baby boomers climbing aboard motorcycles, the Los Angeles Times reported. An estimated 42,850 people – 734 more than 2001 – were killed in crashes nationwide,
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