Study: Drunken driving raises safety risk on Wisconsin's rural roads

10/12/2009 | KQDS-TV (Duluth, Minn.)

Aside from wildfire, geography and other conditions, alcohol impairment also adds to the dangers motorists face when driving on rural roads in Wisconsin, according to a study by a medical student from the University of Wisconsin. Rural counties in the state have four times more liquor licenses per capita than urban counties, indicating high probability of drunken driving, the study found.

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