For the first time, drug use more likely than alcohol in fatal crashes

4/26/17–For the first time, statistics show that drivers killed in crashes are more likely to be on drugs than drunk. Forty-three percent of drivers tested in fatal crashes in 2015 had used a legal or illegal drug, eclipsing the 37 percent who tested above the legal limit for alcohol, according to a report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility. Read