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Washington State Police are issuing more reminders than tickets for the state's new "Move Over" law.  Trooper JJ Gunderman says eight troopers have been involved in crashes while stopped on the side of a road, so far this year. Statewide, troopers have stopped 2200 drivers for violating the law. They've written nearly 360 tickets. Oregon has a similar law that requires drivers to either slow down or move over when an emergency vehicle is stopped on the side of a road.

 

 

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