Ontario motor vehicle deaths at four year high
Deaths resulting from traffic accidents in Ontario are at a four-year high.
The O-P-P say 307 people died in motor vehicle collisions in 2016, up from 301 in 2015.
The number of vehicle-related deaths in the province has risen steadily since 2013.
Police say most accidents are caused by aggressive, inattentive, or impaired driving.
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