Friday, April 21, 2006

Study Attributes Drivers' Accidents to Distraction or DrowsinessA

A study in the Washington area found that nearly 80 percent of crashes involved drowsy or distracted drivers. Distracted drivers contributed to three times more wrecks than the government had estimated. About 20 percent were caused by fatigue during daytime hours. Dina ElBoghadady and Steven Ginsberg, The Washington Post 04/21/2006 Read Article: The Washington Post

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