CALIFORNIA, USA — In the course of a couple days, the California Highway Patrol said they've seen 19 deaths and 585 busts for DUI.
The numbers come from CHP's Maximum Enforcement Period, which began July 3 at 6 p.m. and continues until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday.
Nearly four times more people died on the roadway since the last update on July 4th, which reflected 5 deaths and 234 DUI arrests.
CHP is advising people traveling to do so safely.
- Stanislaus County deputy hospitalized after crash with DUI driver in Turlock, CHP says
- 31 killed, 854 arrested for DUI in California during Memorial Day weekend, CHP says
- 70 citations, 5 DUI arrests in western El Dorado County amid holiday weekend, CHP says
- California DUI convictions can cost you up to $20,000