Deaths on U.S. Roads See Quarterly Decline
This is the first time it has occurred since 2020
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released projections Monday showing the first quarterly decline in crash deaths since the earliest days of the pandemic.
The numbers are hopeful news after record increases in the number of people killed on roads in recent years. And yet, officials say, the picture remains grim.
An estimated 10,590 people were killed in crashes between April and June. That is less than the 11,135 people killed during the same period last year.
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