Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan Have A 75% Higher Mortality Rate Behind The Wheel

As we all know, many veterans must deal with the devastating effects of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).  But that's not the only problem soldiers face.  Believe it or not, veterans of both wars have a 75% higher rate of fatal motor vehicle accidents than civilians.  In fact, those STILL in the military have a higher risk of crashing their vehicles months after returning home.  And the men and women who served in multiple combat zones are at the highest risk of those accidents.

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