The Most Deadly Intersection Is Found In This Small Montana Town
Where is Montana's Most Deadly Intersection?
See Also: Best and Worst Drivers In Montana
It's also pretty reassuring that Montana doesn't have very many fatal accidents each year especially when you consider just how much we have to travel in this state.
When you think of deadly intersections you probably would think of Missoula as they're pretty famous for their malfunction junction.
It would make sense, bigger population equals more drivers which means more chance for accidents to happen.
So it was a bit surprising that the website Fang Law Firm said the most deadly intersection in Montana wasn't in one more populous cities, but instead a intersection just outside a small rural Montana town.
Montana's Most Deadly Intersection is in Ronan, MT
Just outside of Ronan, MT you'll find the intersection of US Highway 93 and Old US Highway 93, and since 2000 it's been the home of 3 fatal accidents.
It doesn't seem like a lot or very dangerous considering US Highway 2 has an average of 15 deaths a year.
See Also: Montana's Most Dangerous Highway
But 3 deaths is still 3 deaths and any loss of life is tragic.
Let's just be happy we aren't places like New Jersey which see 9 deaths at multiple intersections in their state.
To see the full report click here.