August 02, 2017

US DOT Data Shows 25,000 Killed in Marijuana Fatal Crashes with 8,000 Innocent Victims in Last 10 Years (2006-15). Thousands More Were Probably Killed Since Less Than 40% of Fatal Drivers Were Tested
-- The fatality trend for this killer drug is increasing and is projected to equal the percentage of fatalities caused by drunk drivers. --

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, August 02, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Marijuana is now the No.1 killer drug involved in fatal crashes, 72% higher than narcotics (38% vs. 22%). Further it is a daytime killer with 42% of fatalities 7am to 7pm vs. DUI alcohol with 25% during the same time.

Hospital & emergency room data on marijuana deaths and injuries not traffic related is not available nationally but adds to the staggering toll of traffic deaths and injuries.

"Although the FDA has yet to approve marijuana even for medical use, much less than for recreational use, the money to be made from marijuana sales is unstoppable as is the thousands that will continue to be killed on the highways and in other areas of our life," says Al Crancer, author of the research.

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Contact Information:
Alfred Crancer
Crancer @ Associates
San Francisco, CA
Voice: 925 324 2093
Website: http://duideathsmatter

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