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DUI Deaths Rise in 2016

According to new reports, an average of 28 people a day have been killed in DUI accidents during 2016. In 2015, approximately 10,265 people died in alcohol-impaired crashes, which was an increase of nearly 300 from the year before. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Mark Rosekind said in a statement this week, "We’re seeing these increases that we have not seen in 50 years. It’s tragic.” The NHTSA went on to add that it is hoping new technology will reduce the number of drunk-driving deaths, such as automations that will refuse to start a car if a driver’s blood alcohol level is too high.
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