Two Kentucky cities have been named on a study by
Allstate Insurance ranking the nation's safest cities based on
internal crash data over a two-year period.
Louisville was ranked third among cities with 500-thousand to
one (M) million residents. According to Allstate's study,
Louisville drivers average eleven-and-a-half years between crashes.
Lexington was number-seven on the list of most improved cities. The
time between crashes for Lexington drivers increased by
The safest city is Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where drivers
average almost 14 years between crashes. Fort Collins, Colorado;
Flint, Michigan; Warren, Michigan; and Huntsville, Alabama, round
out the top five.
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