The goal to ensure no one dies on a traffic fatality. Law enforcement agencies across the state are going to participate in “Put The Breaks on Fatalities Day.” The state saw a major increase in traffic fatalities last year. In total, 627 people died in 2011 compared to 556 in 2010. The goal of the day is to raise awareness of traffic accidents and try to make the day death free from traffic accidents.
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