No fatal crashes during Labor Day weekend in N.H.


CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's State Police director says there were no fatal motor vehicle crashes during the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Col. Robert Quinn says troopers made a total of over 4,700 stops, which included over 1,000 citations for speeding and over 3,000 warnings.

Quinn said 34 arrests were made for driving under the influence.


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