DEEP DIVE: Road rage incidents on the rise. Here’s how to stay safer

Data for 2022 from that same study also found that a person was hurt or killed in a road rage shooting every 16 hours on average.

News 12 Staff

Jul 26, 2023, 2:57 AM

Updated 325 days ago

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Road rage incidents are on the rise, according to the group Everytown for Gun Safety.
The group analyzed the numbers and found that in 2018 there were at least 70 road rage deaths in the United States. They say that this number doubled to 141 last year.
Data for 2022 from that same study also found that a person was hurt or killed in a road rage shooting every 16 hours on average.
News 12 New Jersey spoke with AAA spokesperson Tracy Nobel about the reasons for the spike and how drivers can stay safer on the roadways.


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