Highway fatalities increasing

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Preliminary statistics indicate fatalities up 5 compared to same period in 2011

The rate of fatalities on Kentucky’s roadways has increased in 2012, according to preliminary numbers from the Kentucky State Police. There were 64 fatalities as of Feb. 9, five more than at the same time last year.
“Although it is still early, we want to be proactive in addressing this increase in highway deaths on Kentucky roadways,” said KSP Spokesperson Lt. David Jude.
Of the 64 people killed so far this year, 31 were not wearing seat belts and nine died in crashes involving alcohol.

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