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Report: NJ saw fewer deaths on roadways in 2012



Statistics show the number of traffic fatalities on New Jersey’s roads fell more than 5 percent in 2012 to 592.  However, the Star-Ledger reports the number of pedestrians killed increased. Experts say there are several reasons — including drivers and pedestrians being distracted by electronic devices.