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Connecticut Sees Spike in Fatal Accidents in 2022

While fatal car accidents have decreased slightly in the United States, Connecticut has experienced a 29 percent increase during the first half of 2022 as compared to the prior year. The National Safety Council reports grim facts about recent accident trends: Roads are “supremely dangerous,” especially for people walking, biking or skating. During the first...

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CT Explores Ways To Reverse Spike in Wrong-Way Accidents

One of the most dangerous road scenarios involves wrong-way drivers. Imagine driving in your lane and suddenly seeing another vehicle coming right at you. A serious car accident might be unavoidable, and the injuries sustained can be life-changing, if not fatal. Unfortunately, deadly wrong-way driving accidents are on the rise in Connecticut, according to a...

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Warm Weather in Connecticut Linked to Fatal Accidents Involving Teen Drivers

Summer days in New England often evoke thoughts of vacations and other good times. But sadly, the warm weather months have a dark side. They are tied to deadly crashes involving teen drivers. According to a report in Hartford HealthCare, over 7,000 people died in teen-related summertime crashes between 2010 and 2019. Inexperienced teen drivers...

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Pedestrian Accident Fatalities Reach New Heights in Massachusetts

In 2021, about 20 pedestrians died each day in the United States, which represents the highest average number in four decades. The Boston Herald reported on the alarming trend, which comes from a new estimate by the Governors Highway Administration. In Massachusetts, at least 71 lives were lost in pedestrian accidents in 2021. Pedestrian accidents...

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