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Despite all the new safety devices in our cars today, the number of traffic deaths is increasing. Chris Van Cleave looked into the paradox. Police say a texting and speeding driver slammed into Judy Clay, born on a North Carolina highway. She's among the estimated 40000 killed in crashes last year. A rate of nearly one hundred and ten a day. It's the most in almost a decade. A hundred deaths a day is like having multiple plane crashes every week. Former NTSB chair Deborah Hersman runs the Nation...
- Kris Van Cleave
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