Don't drink ... and walk?

A study cited by the New York Times seems to say exactly that, noting that, on average, January 1 (New Year's Day) has more pedestrian crash deaths than any other day of the year, and that it also has the fifth largest number of deaths per day overall, also due to elevated blood alcohol levels. Parenthetically, the study also noted that July 4 (Independence Day) has more crash deaths on average than any other day of the year, with a significant percentage of the vehicle-related deaths involving alcohol.

Jonathan Cooper
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