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DangerZones iPhone App - Web Exclusive

Oct 1, 2009

There’s a new iPhone application from American Apps that pinpoints over two hundred thousand locations where vehicle fatalities have occurred across the US. The company’s goal is to “deliver an eye-opening and potentially life-changing experience by helping people see prior vehicle collisions and fatality locations in their neighborhoods, and along their commutes throughout the country.”

Five years of motor vehicle fatality data has been collected and inputted into the program. Statistics and graphics are used to better illustrate.

Additional information about the app is available at ExploreDangerZones.com.

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