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News Release 26 For Immediate Release: December 6, 2013
RICHMOND – Last year, 14 individuals died in 13 traffic crashes on Virginia’s highways during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend – the highest number of fatal crashes since 2009 when 16 motorists lost their lives.* With the most heavily-traveled holiday next week, the Virginia State Police are strongly encouraging motorists and their passengers to focus on safe driving behaviors.
THANKSGIVING WEEKEND TRAFFIC CRASHES CLAIM ELEVEN LIVES
News Release 25 For Immediate Release: December 2, 2013
Richmond, Va. – Preliminary reports confirm traffic crashes on Virginia's highways claimed 11 lives during the statistical counting period for the 2013 Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Of those 11 killed, eight were not wearing seat belts. Alcohol was a factor in at least four of the fatal traffic crashes.
STATE POLICE ISSUE WARNING AND PROVIDE DRIVING TIPS AHEAD OF PENDING THANKSGIVING STORM
For Immediate Release: November 25, 2013
Richmond, Va. – As families across the nation prepare to travel this Thanksgiving Holiday, a powerful storm is also making its way across the country. The storm is predicted to arrive here in Virginia late Tuesday into Wednesday as families will be departing to visit friends and family.