Kentucky Ranked Fifth In The Nation For ATV Deaths

A new report says a growing number of children in Kentucky are dying on ATVs.

Kentucky is fifth in the nation for ATV deaths.

At least 555 people, including more than 100
children, died in all-terrain vehicle accidents last year across the U.S.

So far in Kentucky, 367 people have died on the vehicles in the past 24 years.


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  • by cutte Location: South of East KY on Feb 14, 2008 at 01:52 PM
    5th in the Nation ?? I'm sure we'll do better as soon as the ATV trails of Eastern KY become well known. The State has pumped millions of dollars into ATV "adventure Tourism", and I'm confident they will not settle for 5th place. A little government intervention and we'll be NUMBER 1 in No time Flat !
  • by Voice of Reason on Feb 14, 2008 at 01:41 PM
    why does this not surprise me?

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