Florida: Third-Highest Number of Fatalities in Collisions

What did Florida rank among U.S. states in 2009 in terms of fatalities in collisions involving?

A. a driver with a BAL of .01 or more

B. a bicyclist

C. a pedestrian

D. A and B

Answer:

A. a driver with a BAL of .01 or more.

The BAL (blood alcohol level) or BAC (blood alcohol content) is a commonly used metric of alcohol intoxication that indicates how much alcohol is present in someone's body. This measurement is commonly used for legal purposes, such as driving under the influence of alcohol. Driving while intoxicated is an extremely dangerous practice. Alcohol can slow our reaction time, make our movements less precise and compromise our cognitive abilities.

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