Pot-related traffic fatalities are up sharply in Colorado

News

Pot-related traffic fatalities are up sharply in Colorado

Officials say fatalities can’t be definitely blamed on legalized marijuana
Smoke created by water vapor billows out of the windows of a car, used by Colorado to fight stoned driving with youth demographics. The number of drivers involved in fatal crashes who tested positive for marijuana has more than doubled since 2013.
An Oregon driver was stopped by an Idaho State Police trooper in Fruitland, Idaho. The driver was charged with possession of marijuana after leaving Oregon. Fatal crash data suggests more drivers have marijuana in their systems, but it’s difficult know if they were high at the time of the crash.

Pot-related traffic fatalities are up sharply in Colorado

Smoke created by water vapor billows out of the windows of a car, used by Colorado to fight stoned driving with youth demographics. The number of drivers involved in fatal crashes who tested positive for marijuana has more than doubled since 2013.
An Oregon driver was stopped by an Idaho State Police trooper in Fruitland, Idaho. The driver was charged with possession of marijuana after leaving Oregon. Fatal crash data suggests more drivers have marijuana in their systems, but it’s difficult know if they were high at the time of the crash.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Area Events