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Stoned Drivers Tested In Wash.

February 20, 2013

Stoned drivers tested their skills to reveal the impact of marijuana on motor-vehicle handling at a course set up by the Thurston County (Wash.) Sheriff's Office. Media outlet KIRO filmed the exercise.

Ark. Cop Fatally Struck by Drugged Driver

February 4, 2013
A Conway (Ark.) Police officer succumbed to injuries he sustained when an intoxicated driver struck him at an accident scene, according to the agency. Officer William McGary, 26, died Friday afternoon after receiving treatment at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock.

Report: More Californians Driving Drugged Than Drunk

November 20, 2012
A survey of drivers by the California Office of Traffic Safety found that 14% tested positive for impairing drugs (both illegal and prescription), while 7.3% tested positive for alcohol. Of the drugs, marijuana was the most prevalent at 7.4% of drivers.

Drugged Driving Rises In California

February 29, 2012
While drunk driving fatalities are on the decline, a California agency this week warned that the number of deadly crashes involving drugged motorists in the state has been steadily increasing over at least four years.

Woman Convicted of Killing CHP Officer Was on Meth

August 5, 2011
A jury convicted Kaylee Weisenberg of second-degree murder and gross vehicular manslaughter on Friday in the death of a California Highway Patrol officer who had stopped to assist a disabled vehicle.
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