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Men 15 to 34 most dangerous on Nebraska roads


According to the 2015 annual report on traffic crash facts prepared by the Highway Safety and Accident Records Section of the Nebraska Department of Roads, 72 percent of all fatalities on the road in 2015 involved male drivers ranging in age from 15 to 34.

When it comes to injuries only, men represented 55.9 percent of the drivers in crashes that did not result in a fatality making non-fatality crashes by men only slightly more common than women drivers. Nevertheless, women still make up the largest percentage (54.4 percent) of injured passengers in non alcohol-related crashes. This is in...

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