13 Killed on Michigan Roads

Thirteen people were killed in nine separate traffic crashes in Michigan over the Labor Day holiday weekend, according to figures released by the Michigan State Police Wednesday. Of the thirteen victims, seven were not using seat belts. Alcohol was a factor in two of the nine fatal crashes. 2010's Labor Day holiday weekend is considered to be from 6 P.M. Friday, September 3rd, through midnight on Monday, September 6th. In 2009, sixteen people were killed on Michigan roads during the Labor Day weekend.


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  • by Angie Location: Lansing on Sep 8, 2010 at 08:03 PM
    We spent the holiday in the UP and the traffic seemed pretty much the usual for Labor Day. I will say, drivers DID seem to be a bit more on the sane side. There were a few random bottlenecks that caused stop and go travel but we didn't encounter as much aggressive driving as we have seen in the past.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 8, 2010 at 11:39 AM
    BUT was the amount of motorists higher,lower or the same compared to last year. That would make a difference in the outcome I am sure.
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