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From GoLocalWorcester by Adam Joseph Drici, GoLocalWorcester Contributor:
The average driver travels over 13,000 miles each year, and from the mountain roads of northern New England to the congested I-95 corridor through the region's urban centers, the potential for danger lurks around every curve. What are New England's most dangerous intersections? GoLocal analyzed data on high-crash intersections from the Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program's "5 Percent Report" to determine which of the region's interchanges pose the greatest threat to New England drivers.
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