You would think that with fewer people driving to and from work, there would be less traffic and consequently fewer injuries and deaths on our streets and highways. It turns out that is not the case. In today's Arizona Daily Star was a report out of Detroit from the National Safety Council. They reported that 42,060 people died in vehicle crashes in 2020, an 8% increase over 2019 and the first jump in 4 years. Even worse, the fatality rate per 100 million miles driven jumped 24%, the largest annual percentage increase since they begin collecting data IN 1923!
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