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Are drunk driving fatalities common in New York?

Laws across the country consider a person who has a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent or higher to be legally drunk. Fatal accidents that are caused by drunk drivers are all accidents that could be prevented if the drunk driver didn't choose to get behind the wheel of the motor vehicle. While the fact that New York's death rate for fatal drunk driving accidents is lower than the national death rate, that isn't going to bring much comfort to people who have had to deal with a loved one being killed by a drunk driver.

Childhood deaths from car accidents are too common

All motor vehicle accidents are serious, but when one of the occupants of an involved vehicle is a child, the seriousness is increased. Sadly, car accidents are a leading cause of childhood deaths. Using car seats and booster seats properly can help to keep children safe during an accident.

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