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Where America Stands (Dangerous Roads) #975413

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 01, 2010
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Peter Greenberg) A look at some of the country‚Äôs most dangerous roads presented; scenes shown from I-26 in South Carolina, where teen Taylor Elmore†† was killed; details given about what makes a bad road; deadly roads and interstates listed; statistics on fatal accidents on I-26 cited. [Father Greg ELMORE††- comments.] [American Assn. of State Highway and Transportation Officials John HORSLEY†- notes the danger of rural, 2-lane roads; comments on the lack of safety legislation.] [Federal Highway Administration Victor MENDEZ†- notes states are implementing safety strategies.]

Pelley, Scott;
Greenberg, Peter

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