A dismal ranking

  • Updated: February 16, 2008 - 4:27 PM

A DISMAL RANKING

Minnesota led the nation in the percentage of fatal crashes involving teen drivers from 2004-2006, the most recent years for which figures are available. Here's a look at the top five states and neighboring states. The U.S. average was 14.3 percent.

Rank/State Percentage

1. Minnesota 18.4

2. Delaware 18.1

3. Nebraska 18.0

Maine 18.0

5. Utah 16.3

Neighboring states

10. North Dakota 15.2

13. Iowa 15.1

Wisconsin 15.1

45. South Dakota 12.3

Source: The National Center for Statistics and Analysis
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