TWO PA. INTERSTATES AMONG DEADLIEST IN THE COUNTRY

According to a new report, two U.S. Interstates that run through Pennsylvania are among the ten deadliest in the country.  The National Highway and Traffic Administration recently released data from its Fatality Analysis Reporting System on the interstates with the most traffic deaths on a roadway open to the public.  I-70 came in ninth-worst in the study with an average of six-point-two deaths per 100-miles, then I-80 at number five with seven-point-six deaths.  I-95, which runs through 15 states from Florida to Maine, was the deadliest stretch of roadway in the study, with 19-point-seven deaths per 100-miles.