Many Causes of DC Car Accidents

The most common causes of car accidents in the District of Columbia are inattention and complacency. This article lists the 15 most dangerous intersections in the District of Columbia. Those intersections are: – Bladensburg Road and New York Avenue: 70 crashes – Florida and New York avenues: 58 crashes – Benning Road and Minnesota Avenue: 54 crashes – New Jersey and New York avenues: 48 crashes – North Capitol Street and Michigan Avenue: 46 crashes – Montana and New York avenues: 45 crashes – Firth Sterling Avenue and Suitland Parkway: 43 crashes – Stanton Road and Suitland Parkway: 38 crashes – 18th Street and Columbia Road: 37 crashes – 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue: 37 crashes – Southern Avenue and Wheeler Road: 36 crashes – Benning Road and Southern Avenue: 30 crashes – Branch and Pennsylvania avenues: 30 crashes – Georgia and Missouri avenues: 29 crashes – Third and D streets: 25 crashes – Mount Olivet Road and West Virginia Avenue: 24 crashes – 14th and F streets: 23 crashes – 14th Street and Independence Avenue: 23 crashes