Oklahoma Deemed Unsafe State

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The state of Oklahoma recently got some bad news, and it’s not a positive reflection on any of us who call this great city of Tulsa home.

According to a recently conducted report, the state of Oklahoma was deemed as the 48th least safe state in the country.

The good news is that we didn’t come in last… That designation is awarded to Nevada.

In the study done by WalletHub, 26 different factors where taken into account while compiling the rankings of safest to least safe cities in the country. Oklahoma’s crime rate; the frequency of natural disasters like tornados; and traffic accidents where all taken into account while composing the list of least safe states.

Oklahoma ranked extremely high in property losses from disasters; falling just in front of Missouri.

Other than ranking extremely high in property losses from disasters, there wasn’t any other definite grouping that Oklahoma ranked particularly low in; just generally near the bottom in terms of rankings across the board.

The 5 Least Safest U.S. States

51. Nevada
50. Arkansas
49. Tennessee
48. Oklahoma
47. Texas

The 5 Safest U.S. States

1. Massachusetts
2. New Hampshire
3. Minnesota
4. Hawaii
5. Washington D.C. (Not really a state, but factored in rankings)

Here are the rankings of the safest U.S. states

Bulwark Making Oklahoma Safer

The news about Oklahoma being one of the least safe states in the country is grim, but Bulwark Exterminating is doing its part to help make this great state safer… Safe from dangerous and otherwise malevolent pests like the Brown Recluse and Black Widow spider.

Professional pest control treatments from a Tulsa, OK pest control company like Bulwark Exterminating eradicate the threat of unsafe pests.

When it comes to all the other unsafe conditions that are plaguing are great safe, let’s hope that next year we begin moving in the right direction.

Oklahoma Pest Control

Bulwark Exterminating
2013 North Willow Avenue
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
(918) 252-3548
bulwarkpestcontrol.com

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