Wyoming woman dies in fiery rollover crash near Buffalo

Posted on AllSides June 7th, 2023
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According to figures from the U.S. government, 35,092 people died in car-related accidents in the U.S. in 2015 — a 7.2 percent increase in traffic deaths from 2014. Why the recent uptick in traffic fatalities? The National Safety Council suggests that declining gas prices have resulted in people driving longer distances. The organization also notes that today's drivers are more distracted than ever, and are more likely to use social media behind the wheel. Regardless, while driving fatalities have increased nationwide, some states are more dangerous than others. Using data...

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