CHICO, Calif. - New numbers released by the city of Chico show that car crashes have gone up since the Camp Fire.
The data shows, on average, collisions have increased by 29 percent.
There have already been three fatal collisions in the area this year.
City officials are asking everyone to build in extra time while driving through the city to avoid collisions.
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