An estimated 421 people may be killed and another 48,400 may be seriously injured in nationwide car crashes during the upcoming Labor Day weekend, the highest estimate by the National Safety Council since 2008.

This weekend’s fatality estimate also runs about 11% higher than the average of 378 calculated for Labor Day weekend over the past six years.

The figures are in addition to the some 400 fatalities that the NSC—an over 100-y…
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