Kevin Lubin, 31, of New Bedford, died in a fatal single car accident in Lakeville on Route 140 this past Saturday night around 8:00pm. Lubin’s Chevy Lumina reportedly veered off of the road and hit a tree while he was traveling southbound.
Both Massachusetts State Police and the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office are looking into how the accident occurred.
Fatal Car Accident Statistics
In 2009, there were 33,808 individuals who died in fatal crashes on U.S. roadways. Nearly 24,000 of the the total number of victims were male. Victims aged 25-34 accounted for the highest number of deaths in one age group, with 5,689 victims. There were 884 fatal crashes in total that occurred across the U.S. in between 6:00 and 9:00pm on Saturdays in 2009, which was the highest number of crashes out of any other day of the week within that timeframe.
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