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This Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 photo provided by the Oregon State Police shows the scene of a fatal car crash near Chiloquin, Ore. Officials say the car rolled multiple times, ejecting the driver, 64-year-old Robert Johnson of Bend, Ore., who died at the scene. (Oregon State Police via AP)

(Bloomberg) — The death toll on U.S. highways rose 8.1% in the first half of 2015 as low fuel prices contributed to a jump in miles driven by Americans, according to new figures from the Transportation Department.

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