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Driving danger

TEENAGE drivers are more than twice as likely to be killed if they have passengers than if they are alone, says a US study. They are also more likely to die withpassengers under 30, and late at night. The more passengers, the higher the risk, says the report in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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