New Mexico sees 36-year low in DWI deaths in 2015

New Mexico had a 36-year low in the number of DWI deaths that occurred on state roadways last year, Gov. Susana Martinez announced during a news conference today in Albuquerque.

In 2015, there were 122 DWI deaths, a 28 percent decrease from 2014, according to a news release. The number marks a 70 percent decrease since 1979, the year New Mexico started tracking DWI fatalities.

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