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Patrol to conduct right of way blitz

The North Dakota Highway Patrol's Southeast Region is conducting a two-day high emphasis enforcement blitz on right of way violations starting today.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol's Southeast Region is conducting a two-day high emphasis enforcement blitz on right of way violations starting today.

Violation examples include failing to stop or yield at a stop sign or traffic signal.

As of Tuesday, 13 people have been killed statewide in crashes where right of way violations were contributing factors, a news release said. In 2007, eight people were killed in similar crashes.

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