Red light runner deaths reach 10 year high

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(NBC News)  The number of people killed by drivers running red lights has hit a 10-year high according to a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

The study also shows more than two people die every day because drivers ignore red lights.

AAA also found that red-light running makes up 28 percent of fatal crashes at intersections equipped with a traffic signal.

Experts think that red light cameras could help curb the number of crashes, but overall, they’re reminding drivers that running a red light is not just risky, it’s reckless.

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