Drivers Use Extra Caution During Labor Day Travel

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Updated: 9/03/2012 6:33 pm
According to State Police, last year, there were over 1500 crashes during the Labor Day holiday weekend. Of that number, over a dozen were fatal, and near 60 involved alcohol. Glen Dutram was shocked over those numbers and says he is taking extra precautions: "There's a lot of people out on the highways and you got to be a defensive driver." On top of the increase traffic due to the holiday, this year, we are dealing with wet roads and reduced visibilities at times because of Isaac.
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