OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety is
reporting that traffic fatalities in the state are down by more
than 100 from 2009.
DPS said in a news release Saturday that 154 people have been
killed in vehicle accidents so far this year. That's 103 fewer than
the 257 that had occurred by this time of year in 2009.
The department says 22 people have been killed in accidents this
month so far. That's down from 47 at the same point in May 2009.
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