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July and August are two of the deadliest months, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with more car crashes and vehicular-related deaths and injuries than any other months. But why is summer driving so dangerous?
The #crashnotaccident campaign says our words matter.
"Are you an idiot?"
Some studies say it's only a matter of time before this trend extends nationally.
For perspectivce as we start 2016, here are some statistics on tragedies of the past year.
In the mid-90s, the holiday song "Grown-Up Christmas List" hit radio stations, and its lyrics were painfully close to too many homes. Within each verse were wishes for peace, friendship, forgiveness and justice. Presents under the tree seem trivial when we stop to think about it.
After learning of the tragic loss, the Bucs treated the family to VIP seats at a game.
A dad was rushing his kid to school when this happened. There's a lesson in there for the young ones.
Two people in the sedan were injured in the crash and taken to a local hospital, but neither the driver of the SUV nor people
45 people trapped inside a burning bus died in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday morning. The bus, reportedly speeding, hit a road divider and burst into flames. All but seven of the passengers perished within minutes, including an infant.
The accident occurred early Sunday morning, and despite the fact that the car broke off into two pieces, the driver was able
Former driving instructor Terry Buckle has been mayor of the British town of St Edmundsbury for less than a week, but he's
Instead, the driver -- who may have been drinking -- went airborne through a wood fence, landed on top of one house and flipped