This kills more people on N.J. roads than anything else

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Driver inattention was the top factor in fatal collisions in 2014, more than speeding and drug or alcohol impairment, according to a State Police analysis. Of the 582 drivers involved in a fatal crash, driver inattention was a factor for 190 of them, and reached a five-year high in 2014. Alcohol impairment was a factor for…

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