Durham Regional Police issued 50 tickets as a result of a two-day blitz targeting distracted drivers. Officers patrolled Church Street, Westney Road, and Salem Road on October 16th and 17th. Of the 50 infractions, 47 involved the use of handheld devices; three motorists were charged because their licenses had been previously suspended. The intersections were selected because of their high rate of collisions.
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