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Visitors look at a graph showing the sharp fall of the AEX index following the British Brexit vote at the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Netherlands, Friday, June 24, 2016. The British vote to leave the EU shook up financial markets around the globe on Monday, leading to sharp falls in stocks and the British pound. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Fatal car crashes numbers are down in 20 states across the country.  Here in Michigan, we have seen a 67% decline in fatal car crashes.  California has seen the biggest drop with 84% fewer traffic fatalities.  Law officials say it’s a two part answer for the drop… less traffic equals less accidents AND with less traffic, response teams are able to get to the scene faster and have a better shot at saving lives.  Illinois dropped by 57%.

States actually seeming an INCREASE in fatal car crashes include Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Minnesota.

People driving in excess of 100 miles per hour have risen by 30%.

All stats are according to CBS News.