Fatal-Crash Study Finds Patterns in Bad Driving

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http://www.newsday.com/news/printedition/ny-epmain23269047may05,0,381824.story?coll=ny%2Dnews%2Dprint A record of bad driving is a good predictor of future crashes, according to a study of fatal wrecks on Long Island. A Newsday study of nearly 270 fatals in 2000 found that many were caused by problem drivers who get drunk and roar down the roads ignoring speed limits and traffic lights. Other deadly crashes were the fault of bad sober drivers who were far . . .

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