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The NHTSA reported that, in 2018, drunk driving fatalities dropped about 4%, although they still accounted for 29% of 2018 traffic deaths. (Credit: Photo Spirit/Shutterstock) The NHTSA reported that, in 2018, drunk driving fatalities dropped about 4%, although they still accounted for 29% of 2018 traffic deaths. (Credit: Photo Spirit/Shutterstock)

The number of people dying on America’s roads dropped by nearly 1,000 in 2018, according to newly released data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

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