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KSL+ The road to zero fatalities

Jun 2, 2022, 3:27 PM | Updated: Jun 8, 2022, 3:23 pm

SALT LAKE CITY — This week marks the beginning of what’s known as Utah’s 100 deadliest days. KSL kicked off the Road to Zero Fatalities: You Hold the Key safety campaign to raise awareness about the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day when we typically see the most deaths on our roads. So far this year, 116 people have already lost their lives, the highest number Utah has seen in more than two decades. This week we explore some of the data, the warnings from authorities, and the stories from those who have lost loved ones in traffic crashes.

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