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Arizona car crashes: 1,000 killed in 2017 crashes, driver behavior to blame
3:32 PM, Jul 31, 2018
5:37 AM, Aug 1, 2018
PHOENIX - Crashes on Arizona's roads claimed 1,000 lives in 2017, and officials say driver behavior is most often to blame.
The on Tuesday, detailing various crash and fatality statistics across the state.