Fewer People Die On Tennessee Roadways In 2014 Than Last Year

I-24 exit 152The Tennessee Highway Patrol believes its new efforts to keep roads safe are going well as the number of people who’ve died on Tennessee roads is down from last year. Troopers say signs displaying the number of fatalities on Tennessee roadways this year have grabbed a lot of attention.
The number of fatalities on Tennessee interstates has gone down compared to last year. As of Monday, the fatality count stood at 952, down 34 from this time last year.
THP officials say most fatal crashes occur because of speeding, careless driving, impaired and distracted driving and not wearing a seat belt. Officials say you increase your chances of surviving an accident by simply putting on your seat belt.