Alcohol Related Crashes
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You should probably stop drinking that because facts prove that you're most likely going to get in an accident on your way home.
Let's take a look at some facts...
First off, 74% of drinking drivers involved in traffic crashes were male...
... and a study shows the 21-25 year old age group has the highest drinking drivers in crashes.
In your case chances are increased because today is Saturday, which is the day of the week in which most alcohol-related fatal crashes occur.
Also most traffic deaths that occur between 8:00 pm and 4:00 am are related to alcohol; in contrast more deaths in non-alcohol-related crashes occurred between noon and 8:00 pm.
As a matter of fact, on average each day... 28 alcohol-related traffic crashes occurred, .8 people were killed in an alcohol-related traffic crashes, and 18 people were injured in alcohol-related traffic crashes.
Not to forget, alcohol related crashes are almost 3.8 times more likely to result in death than those not related to alcohol.
Labor Day is the holiday with the highest death rate due to alcohol.
I hope now you can see how your chances of not getting in an alcohol-related car crash are slim.
I guess I should get rid of these!
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