Drunk driving deaths in Pennsylvania are on the decline | State

(Central Square) – Alcohol-related crashes in Pennsylvania hit a five-year low in 2020. While the number of vehicle-related injuries has also decreased, the number of fatalities has remained relatively constant.

“Alcohol-related mortality is on the decline,” notes the Pennsylvania Association noted. The state had 7,700 drunk-related crashes and 293 fatalities in 2020, compared to 9,390 crashes and 299 fatalities in 2019. In 2016, there were 10,256 accidents with 297 victims.

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