No Fatal Crashes Over Holiday Weekend

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Vermont State Police say the Memorial Day weekend came and went with no fatal car accidents in the state, the second year in a row that’s happened.

Lt. John Flannigan, of the traffic safety unit, says there were 42 crashes over the four-day period, 10 of them alcohol-related. There were 662 speeding tickets written and 63 safety belt violations.

Vermont State Police troopers conducted high-visibility enforcement actions and worked with state, county and law enforcement to try to keep roads safe.

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