Boise and Nampa, Idaho drivers may be at a greater risk of getting killed or injured in an auto accident, according to recent data. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that after years of declining numbers of traffic deaths, in 2015, the number of people killed on U.S. highways has increased. The National Safety Council reports that the number of people killed in car accidents increased by 9.3 percent. This accounts for approximately 26,000 deaths between January and September alone. When the numbers are broken down regionally, Idaho was among the regions that saw the greatest increase in the number of people killed in car accidents.
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