MADISON (WKOW) – Authorities say traffic deaths fell slightly in Wisconsin in February.
Twenty-eight people died in February, which is eight fewer than last year and four fewer than the five-year average.
Sixty-nine people had died this year by the end of February, which is also down from a year ago.
State transportation officials say the numbers are preliminary and they are still determining if all the deaths were directly caused by crashes.
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