Police have launched a five-day crackdown on speeders and aggressive drivers on Route 30.
The statewide initiative, from Ohio to the New Jersey state line, will continue through July 19 and is part of a larger statewide crackdown on aggressive driving behaviors such speeding, tailgating and running red lights.
Pennsylvania State Police and PennDOT said Route 30 has seen nearly 9,800 crashes and 96 fatalities since 2008.
In Adams, Franklin, Lancaster and York counties, there have been 3,975 reported crashes, resulting in 51 fatalities since 2008, authorities said.
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