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Breaking down New Mexico traffic fatality statistics

Because New Mexico is a large state with few population centers, drivers here often travel great distances. It's more than 200 miles from Las Cruces to Albuquerque and nearly 300 to head farther north to Santa Fe. Because of the amount of highway travel residents our state often undertake, the dangers of accidents resulting in injuries and fatalities are greater in New Mexico than in many other states.

The risks posed by young Las Cruces drivers

We here in Las Cruces are proud of New Mexico State University. While our community benefits greatly from the presence of the renowned school, there are also risks inherent in having large numbers of young drivers in their teens and twenties navigating our streets.

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