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OKLAHOMA CITY – Since June is National Safety Month, Wallet Hub put together a list of the safest states to live in.

The finance social network sorted the states according to different safety standards that take into account data related to crime, traffic accidents, employer insurance coverage, climate disasters, consumer bank accounts and more.

According to Wallet Hub’s study, Oklahoma came in towards the bottom of the list as the 48th safest state in the U.S.

Overall Rank State Name Financial Safety Rank Driving Safety Rank Workplace Safety Rank Natural Disasters Rank Home and Community Safety Rank
48 Oklahoma 40 32 51 47 38

The study also showed that Oklahoma has one of the highest estimated property losses from natural disasters.

Visit Wallet Hub’s website to see where the rest of the states rank.