Air bags, poor economy save road lives
Air bags and the economic recession have contributed to the biggest drop in road deaths in the United States since World War II, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.

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Air bags, poor economy save road lives – U.S. study
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Air bags and the economic recession have contributed to the biggest drop in road deaths in the United States since World War II, U.S. researchers said on Tuesday.

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Air bags, poor economy save road lives – U.S. study
* Study finds 22 percent drop in deaths from 2005-2009

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