A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman says the 1,195 traffic fatalities in Pennsylvania last year are the lowest since recordkeeping began in 1928.
The numbers are startling: traffic accidents related to obstructive sleep apnea cause 1,400 fatalities in the US each year.
Pennsylvania motorists notched a milestone last year: the lowest number of fatalities since record-keeping began 85 years ago.
New Jersey State Police say that traffic deaths were lower in 2013, especially in South Jersey counties, than they were in 2012.
There were 1,310 people killed in Pennsylvania traffic accidents last year, twenty-four more than in 2011.