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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec, 5, 2001 5B Metcalf day without a traffic-related "And it would appear the ing the number of alcohol-re- fatality since May 1, 1991? majority of the citizens we lated traffic deaths. In 1997, aggressive cam- Last year in Plumas Coun-serve are in agreement with 1,100 were killed. That num- and strict new laws, ty, five people were killed and that policy," he said. ber fell by 28 the following ng under the 63 injured because alcohol year in California. increased last and driving were mixed. 3D month People injured in alcohol- much of the But looking at the statistics, To raise awareness about related crashes also declined Plumas County is proving to the dangers of impaired dri- from 31,189 in '97 to 30,985 in 1,233 people be an exception to the rule in ving, the California Office of '98. and more than the state. Traffic Safety (OTS), the CHP, But in 1999, deaths again in- injured in alcohol-"Plumas County continues and the Plumas County Alco- creased. This time, alcohol-re- in 2000. That's to see a reduction for the year hol and Drug Department lated deaths increased by 70. increase 2001 as it relates to driving launched the state's annual Those injured, however, de- under the influence," said Drunk and Drugged Drivingcreased to 29,833. aaverage, every seven Quincy area California High- (3D) Prevention Month this "These are crashes, not ac- died in an al- way Patrol (CHP) Lt. PaulDecember. cidents," said Teresa Becher, crash. Someone Davis. While California remains a interim director OTS. "They 17 minutes. "The DUI-related activityleader in fighting DUI-related are preventable. But by work- people killed for 2001 (arrests, including crashes, more work still lies ing together, we can help in an alcohol-re- collisions) has dropped from ahead to help the countrymake our roadways safe." increased 4 per- the end of November 2000 by achieve the national goal of 1999. 24 percent," Davis said. reducing alcohol-related The caml i$ those figures don'tAttributing to this success deaths from 16,653 in 2000 to "One of a CHP officer's if they don't rate, according to Davis, is 11,000 by the year 2005. toughest jobs is informing Laerve that will lead to the Quincy CHP's zero toler- From 1997 to 1998, it looked someone that they lost a loved how about the fact ance policy when it comes to as though the state was begin- one due to a drunk driving has not had a DUIs. ning to meet its goal of reduc- crash," said CHP Commis- sioner D.O. "Spike" Helmick. "The greatest tragedy is that alcohol-related crashes are 100 percent preventable. We all have a role to play in fighting impaired driving and the life you save could be your own." During this year's 3D Month campaign, the OTS and CHP are partnering with the Cali- fornia Restaurant Association to help encourage Californi- ans to celebrate responsibly was about $40. om immd from 48 estimated loss was about $500. Theft: A Quincy resident re- ported that his wallet was stolen from his vehicle. The estimated loss was about $24. Theft: A Chester resident re- ported that a cell phone val- ued at about $120 was stolen. Tuesday, Nov. 27 Theft: A Quincy resident re- ported the theft of drugs from her home. The estimated loss Auto: A Quincy resident re- ported vandalism to their car. The estimated loss was about $350. Theft: A Quincy business re- ported the theft of items val- ued at about $70. OTHER REPORTS Thursday, Nov. 29 Cow: A cow was reported wandering Highway 70 in Quincy near a motel. The cow was helped off the road. 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