SERIES: WHY IS OKLA’S TRAFFIC FATALITY RATE SO HIGH? (PART 2)
In a blog post yesterday, first of a series, I asked the question: Why is the Oklahoma traffic fatality rate almost twice the national average?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (2012 data), one in every 5,405 Oklahomans will lose one’s life in an auto, truck, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian accident this year. At the national level, the rate is one in every 9,346 citizens. In other words:
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