NEVADA (KTNV) — Nevada saw a decrease in deadly crashes last month compared to the same time last year, according to the Nevada Department of Public Safety.
According to a report released Monday, the state saw 25 deadly crashes in November of this year and 31 deadly wrecks in November of 2019.
Program Manager of Zero Fatalities Nevada and DPS Public Information Officer Andrew Bennett breaks down statistics and more. Watch in the player above.
- What are the two factors of these statistics?
- Why do you think people are choosing not to buckle themselves while driving?
- When it rains, how much more dangerous will the roads be for drivers?
- Do you see anything in these statistics that could be attributed to COVID-19?