Wyoming roadways fatalities reach 110; highest number in years

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STATE OF WYOMING The Wyoming Highway Patrol continues to see a record number of fatalities when it comes to their roadways.

From year to date starting on January 1st, they have received 110 deaths on their roadways.

This would be the highest data on record over the last four years with 76 in 2018, 103 in 2017, and 82 in 2016.

These fatalities involve distracted driving, driving fatigue, driving impaired, improper lane changes and equipment failure.

Wyoming Highway Patrol reminds the public to always wear your seatbelts and not to be distracted on roadways.