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By The Associated Press
The specter of the drunk driver has
long haunted the nation's highways,
and now experts are voicing concern
that another killer is loose on the
road: the drugged driver.
Unlike the drunk driver, the driver
on drugs is difficult to detect. There
isn't a large body bf evidence directly
linking any drug except alcohol with
death on the road. Researchers say
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urge them on.
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among young people that began in
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head of the Indiana University school
of medicine pharmacology program.
He cites studies in which non-
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after such a combination.
In 1975 more than 45,000 persons
died in U.S. traffic accidents. The
National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration estimates that half of
the deaths involved alcohol. It keeps
no such statistics on drugs, although
the agency, has commissioned uni-
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literature that may have some
bearing on future drug-traffic, re-
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driving covers a lot of ground. The
mixing of pillsiand alcohol and the
drug experimentation by young peo-
ple are just the obvious problems.
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researlcher with the University of
Michigan Highway Safety Research
Institute, says he believes that
drivers who neglect to take certain
prescribed drugs also present a
major highway danger.
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