Road Deaths exceed Iraq casualties

An editorial in USA Today by Marjorie Lieder in Houston states:
“Since 1995, the annual total (road deaths a year) has ranged between 41,000 and 43,000.”
In five years that is approximately 200,000 deaths on US roads.
In five years of the Iraq war, we have had approximately 3,000 deaths.
About 70 of us die in our cars for every one soldier’s death.
If the media reported each of those automobile fatalities on TV every night…
Marjorie Lieder, Houston

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One Response to “Road Deaths exceed Iraq casualties”

  1. Ted Burrett Says:

    If you want to see a reader’s feedback 🙂 , I rate this post for four from five. Detailed info, but I have to go to that damn google to find the missed bits. Thank you, anyway!

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