One of the unintentionally positive consequences of the coronavirus quarantines, in addition to the aim of keeping us all healthy, is that fewer cars on the road means fewer car crashes
and recorded statistics, as described by the New York Post. Those lowered figures will become a notable anomaly when experts look back on 2020 to note the highs and lows of accidents and accident fatalities across the nation and across the state.
Below is a snippet of what the New York Post had to say about their own data.
Total collisions were down — 33 percent — along with pedestrian and motor vehicle occupant injuries, which were down 17 and 27 percent, respectively.
When we finally come through this, as a state, as a nation, as a human race, the hope is that we will see more patient people across the board, with less accidents as a continued reality.
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