Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. all experienced a drop in the number of alcohol-related traffic deaths in 2004 over 2003, according to a report prepared by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
D.C. saw the largest decline, 46%, for a total of 18 alcohol-related deaths. Maryland’s declined by only 1% to a total of 286 deaths. Virginia’s declined by 8% to a total of 359. The number of deaths nationally declined by 2.4%.
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