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Report: Florida’s I-95 is nation’s most dangerous stretch of interstate

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June 2, 2010—Interstate 95 in Florida is the country’s most deadly section of highway, according to a report listing the nation’s 100 most dangerous interstates release_notesd Wednesday by The Daily Beast.

Using five years of National Highway Safety Administration accident data, The Daily Beast broke down the highways by state to see which stretches of interstate have the most fatal car accidents.

The 20 most dangerous are:

1. I-95, Florida
2. I-76, New Jersey
3. I-4, Florida
4. I-15, California
5. I-10, California
6. I-59, Louisiana
7. I-94, Illinois
8. I-93, Massachusetts
9. I-95, Delaware
10. I-55, Tennessee
11. I-12, Louisiana
12. I-81, West Virginia
13. I-35, Texas
14. I-45, Texas
15. I-75, Florida
16. I-80, California
17. I-64, Missouri
18. I-10, Arizona
19. I-95, New Jersey
20. I-80, New Jersey

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