Study finds teens drivers kill others more often

February 27, 2009 12:00:00 AM PST
A new study has found that in fatal car crashes involving teen drivers, other people are killed far more often than the drivers' themselves.

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The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that nearly two-thirds of people killed in crashes involving teen drivers, were either in other vehicles or were passengers, pedestrians or cyclists.

Experts say the study suggests that teaching traffic safety to teen drivers could save the lives of thousands of others on the road.

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