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U.S. Traffic Fatalities Surge in 2016

The Wall Street Journal reports, “U.S. traffic fatalities surged in the first six months of 2016, raising fresh concerns over distracted driving and highlighting efforts to equip vehicles with technologically advanced safety gear at an accelerated pace. Traffic deaths rose 10.4% in the first half, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Wednesday, a steep […] The post U.
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