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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
State to Memorialize 931 Victims of Traffic Collisions at Northern Kentucky Welcome Center
Posted: 27-May-2004 6:39PM CDT

A memorial to the 931 people who died in traffic accidents in Kentucky in 2003 will be displayed at the I-71/I-75 southbound welcome center in Boone County today: Cincinnati Enquirer: 931 who died on roads remembered (May 26, 2004) [Outside Link]

The page linked above also mentions that the city of Covington is distributing a new map of the city.

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Comment posted by Danny Lewis on 1-Jun-2004 11:54AM CDT
Wow what a nice jesture, but an even nicer jesture would be to use the money that is funding this memorial to improve the roads the people died on!!!
Comment posted by Jeff Carlyle on 1-Jun-2004 12:21PM CDT
You can put up as many guard rails, speed limits, and jersey barriers as you want, and there will still be traffic accidents. The memorials help remind drivers that it is their responsibility to drive safely to protects themselves and those around them.
Updated: 1-Jun-2004 12:21PM CDT

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