Wisconsin is top in nation for fatal crashes involving elderly drivers

A study shows Wisconsin has the highest rate for fatal crashes involving elderly drivers in the country. The study conducted by TRIP, a national transportation research group, found 26 percent of fatal crashes in Wisconsin in 2016 involved someone 65 years or older. That’s despite the state having a lower percentage of older drivers compared to many states.



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