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Numbers roll in from CHP maximum enforcement period

The final numbers are in, the CHP said the Thanksgiving holiday was a deadly time on our state's roadways.

Posted: Dec 3, 2019 9:35 AM

CALIFORNIA - The final numbers are in, the CHP said the Thanksgiving holiday was a deadly time on our state's roadways.

42 people lost their lives during the 102-hour maximum enforcement period, which started last Wednesday and ended Monday at midnight.

The CHP said of those killed, nearly 41% were not wearing seat belts.

However, the number killed in crashes is down 29% from the same period last year.

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