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Tennessee Roads are Dangerous


January 28, 2020

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Highway Patrol indicated that in the first six months of 2019, 410 people died on the state’s roads, which is 38 more than during the same timeframe in 2018. Curiously, deaths in urban areas increased, while accident deaths in rural areas dropped according to a report appear on WVLT 8’s website. The increase in the number of fatalities was not limited to occupants of motor vehicles. Pedestrian fatalities and motorcycle fatalities also ticked higher. The Tennessee Highway Patrol cautioned motorists to watch for vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, bicycle riders, and motorcyclists. 

Perhaps the statistic of most significant concern to the Tennessee Highway Patrol was the increase in fatal accidents involving teenagers. The number of accidents in which teenagers were involved practically doubled from January through June from 2018 to compared to the same six-month window in 2019. According to the American Automobile Association, the deadliest 100 days on the road for teens is summer vacation or Memorial Day to Labor Day. 

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Sources:https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/Stay-Safe-on-the-Road-THP-releases-TN-traffic-fatalities-report--510709351.html and https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/Stay-Safe-on-the-Road-THP-releases-TN-traffic-fatalities-report--510709351.html

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