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Interstate 10 One of Deadliest Roads in the USA

July 02, 2020

USA - Interstate 10 is one of the nation's deadliest roadways, according to CLICK2HOUSTON.COM. I-10 runs through New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana. TX-105 also made the list of dangerous roadways, and ranked as the fourth worst road for drunk driving wrecks, and experienced the longest wait times for emergency services.* 

Factors That Increase Traffic Crashes

June 29, 2020

USA- Studies have identified many risk factors that lead to a greater chance of a traffic accident, according to WHO.INT. Demographics, including age and gender, are predictors of a person’s risk of being harmed in a traffic incident. 

Ways to Reduce Crashes

June 29, 2020

USA - According to the cdc.gov, the risk of being tragically killed in a car crash is high in the United States. In fact, up to the age of 30, car accidents are the number one cause of death for Americans. Each year, tens of thousands of people are killed in vehicle collisions.

Downtown Connector One of the Most Dangerous Spots for Car Crashes

June 10, 2020

ATLANTA, GA- Not all roads are created equal and when it comes to the most hazardous roads in the nation, the Downtown Connector is one of the worst, according to AJC.COM. The safety nonprofit, Go Safe Labs, reviewed traffic in ten cities and found that the Downtown Connector has the worst and most dangerous traffic in the country around the holidays.*

Soccer Player Recovering After Nearly Dying in Collision

June 09, 2020

CALIFORNIA- Patch.com writes that a soccer player was involved in a horrific collision in 2018 that left him with life-threatening injuries. The victim was a member of the California State University San Marcos and was traveling with his father to a game when their car was involved in the collision.*

Deadly Crashes in Florida Kill Thousands Every Year

June 08, 2020

FLORIDA- Wftv.com writes that every year, over 3,000 people are tragically killed in car crashes in Florida. The statistics average out to about eight people dying on Florida roads every day. Some parts of the state have higher numbers of deaths than others, indicating some counties may have more hazardous roads than others.*

Dalton Crashes Decline in Georgia (GA)

June 07, 2020

Dalton Crashes Decline in Georgia (GA)

DALTON, GA- Timesenterprise.com writes that the police department in Dalton reports a decline in traffic accidents and criminal activity while more people have been home during the pandemic.*

Crashes Caused by Truck Tires Cause Concern in Georgia

June 04, 2020

GEORGIA- Car crashes caused by loose truck tires are leading to concerns in Georgia, according to 13WMAZ.COM. In one incident, a woman was killed when two tires broke from a large truck and traveled across multiple lanes of Interstate 75 before crashing through her windshield. The 36-year-old woman died instantly in that incident.*

Busy Houston County Intersection Causes Concern for Local Drivers

June 04, 2020

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA- Wgxa.com writes that a major intersection in Houston County has become a cause for concern among many residents in the area. Reporters spoke to one man who frequently travels through the intersection of Houston Lake Boulevard and Georgia Highway 49. The local resident explained that he often fears that he will be involved in, or witness a crash at the site and that he advises others to avoid that intersection if possible.*

The Most Dangerous Roads For Car Wrecks in Georgia

June 02, 2020

ATLANTA, GA- A recent study reviewed the most dangerous roads in Georgia to find the places where car crashes are more likely to occur during the summer months, according to PATCH.COM. The researchers evaluated data from 2015, 2016, and 2017 to come to their conclusions. The road that topped the list was Interstate 75, where 111 people were killed in crashes during the summer months in those three years. The next deadliest road was Interstate 20, where 55 deaths occurred, followed by Interstate 16, which saw 35 fatalities. Interstate 95 ran through multiple states and made its way into the top three deadliest place to drive in eight separate states.*

Teen Drivers at Risk During the 100 Deadliest Days

May 30, 2020

TAMPA, FL- Wkrg.com writes that as we head into summer, teen drivers are entering the most dangerous time of the year to be on the road. The AAA states that 30 percent of fatalities involving teenagers take place during the time period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. With teens out of school, they have more time to be out on the road, which increases the risk of them being involved in a collision.*

Self-Driving Truck Company Closes Down

May 25, 2020

USA- Jalopnik.com writes that self-driving trucks are getting a lot of attention as these vehicles hit the road, already transporting goods. Starsky Robotics had some impressive milestones, including being the first company to have an autonomous truck operate on a public road. However, the company is now closing its doors.

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