U.S. Car Crash Deaths Down, But Still Surpass Other Nations

Decline of 31 percent lowest among 20 countries studied; still, 90 American die in crashes every day

    Car crash deaths on American roads fell nearly one-third over a recent 14-year period, but the nation’s collision death rate still tops that of other high-income countries, health officials reported in July. About 90 Americans die in crashes every... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 145

Issue 145
August/September 2016

Cover Story

Profiles

Gary Toth

On The Job

“What are your primary sources of news and why?”

Success Stories

Ontario Orchards’ Fall Jamboree

My Turn

The Newspaper Business is Dying, Right?

First Person

Oswego County: Where Are the Tourists?

First Person

Jamie Persse

Economic Trends

OOC Honors Local Organizations, Businessmen

Last Page

Nick Canale