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A new study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that the number of crashes involving people driving while impaired is on the rise.

The study is the first to look at the number and severity of crashes related to the use of a breathalyzer.

The research was conducted by researchers from the National Center for Health Statistics, University of Pittsburgh, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

In the study, they found that in 2016, about 5,000 people were killed and more than 1.5 million were injured in crashes related the use and misuse of a drug.

That means about 6.6 million people were injured.

The most common types of crashes were alcohol-related, distracted driving, and impaired driving.

The researchers found that more than 80 percent of the crashes involved people driving under the influence of drugs.

The majority of drivers involved in alcohol- and distracted-driving crashes were males and white.

But blacks and Latinos were also involved in the crash-related crashes.

The National Highway Safety Administration did not provide any data on the number or severity of drivers who were using and/or driving under their own control.

The NCHS analyzed data from state medical examiner reports, police records, and crash reports from 2010 through 2016.

They found that drivers were more likely to be involved in crashes when they were using a drug, distracted, or in a situation where their driver’s license was suspended or revoked.

For instance, in one study, the number who were tested positive for drugs and were arrested increased by more than 5 percent from 2010 to 2016.

In one of the studies, more than 50 percent of people tested positive and were charged.

In a different study, more people were charged with driving under a suspended or restricted license when they tested positive.

In some cases, drivers were arrested and charged when they didn’t have a suspended license, but their license was still suspended or suspended and revoked.

In other cases, they were arrested for driving while under the age of 21, driving with a suspended and/ or revoked license, or driving while intoxicated.

The number of arrests in the study were not significantly different for white people or black people.

The NHTSA reported that alcohol was the most common substance that was used to drive under the most severe conditions.

But it’s not the only factor that drives drivers to drive while impaired.

Another study from the University at Buffalo found that white drivers were at greater risk for accidents than black drivers, but white drivers who tested positive were more than twice as likely to die in a crash as those who didn’t.

The authors of the study also found that people who drive while drunk were more at risk for crashes.

But they also noted that it’s likely that many people who were drinking and driving while driving don’t have other driving or health problems.

They suggest that it may be that people with other medical conditions are more likely than other drivers to be driving while drinking or driving under drugs.

They also suggest that people whose insurance does not cover their medical expenses may be more likely for medical expenses to be paid by insurance companies than people who don’t.

More information on the study is available at www.nhtsa.gov/crashes.