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Carter Co. Second In State For November Road Fatalities

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ARDMORE, OK -- New statistics show Carter County had the second highest number of road fatalities in Oklahoma during the month of November.

According to the Department of Public Safety, Tulsa County led the state with eight deaths, followed by Carter County with four deaths.

Statewide, there were a total of 50 deaths, including seven pedestrians and seven motorcyclists. That's down from 56 during the same month last year.

DPS says 62-percent of the victims were not wearing seatbelts, and there were five days during the month when no one died on Oklahoma roads.

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