AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The state Bureau of Highway Safety
says 2008 was the safest year on Maine roads in 50 years, and this year
is turning out to be even safer.

The bureau reports 58 people
have died on Maine roads so far this year, compared to 74 deaths at
this time in 2008. Last year ended with 155 highway deaths, the safest
year since 1959.


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