Interstate 4, which stretches from Tampa to Daytona Beach, has been named the most-dangerous highway in the country.
From 2011-15, a new study from GPS tracking company Teletrac Navman found that there were more than 165 people killed along the 132-mile highway.
That’s 1.25 fatalities for each mile.
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The findings, the organization says, are based on federal data collected on the country’s numbered and interstate highway system between those years. Interstate 45 between Dallas and Galveston came in second.
The report also determined the stretch that runs through Orlando was the deadliest section of I-4 with 19 deaths, and that crashes, rollovers and pedestrians being struck were the three top causes of death along the highway.
The study breaks it down even further: The most common month for fatalities is January; the most common date is the 10th; the most common day of the week is Sunday and the most common hour is from 2-3 p.m.
While I-4 easily beat out several hazardous roads across the U.S., it wasn’t the only Florida highway high on the list. Highway 192, which runs for 75 miles from Four Corners to Indialantic, took third place with 65 deaths, and Interstate 95 was fifth with 1,402 fatalities within its 1,902 miles between Miami and Weston, Mass.