WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People in Southern states are more likely to die in traffic accidents than those elsewhere in the United States, government researchers reported on Thursday, and men are twice as likely to be killed as women. Mississippi had the worst traffic death rates, four times as high as the rate in Massachusetts, the safest state, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention team found. The report in the CDC's weekly report on death and disease does not give any ...
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