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A crash course in safety

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By James Roberts

Traffic citations were up and fatal crashes were down in Taylor County last year.

Six people died in six crashes in Taylor County in 2007. In 2006, seven people died in five crashes.

Though only a slight drop, it continues the downward trend since local traffic deaths peaked in 2005 when 13 people died. Four people died on Taylor County roads in 2004 and 2003.

Traffic fatalities are down statewide as well. Last year, 852 people died on Kentucky highways, according to a Kentucky State Police release, 61 fewer than in 2006.


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