- We saw the fewest deadly crashes on Wisconsin roadways in April since the end of World War II. The Department of Transportation reported 28 deaths in crashes last month. That compares with 45 last year. We've also had 22 fewer deaths since the start of 2013 than the same period last year. The DOT credits more people wearing seatbelts as a big reason why the roads are safer.
Story By: WJFW News Team