Deaths on Nevada roads up from last January
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Deaths on Nevada roads are up four percent from last January.
That’s according to the Nevada Department of Public Safety which released its State Fatal Report on Monday.
The report reveals 26 people were killed on our roads last month, and there were nine pedestrian deaths.
Six people died because they were not wearing a seat belt.
According to the report, impairment and speed were the top causes of death.
See the full report below:
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