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7 killed , 3 hurt in motorcycle-truck accident in Randolph NH

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by calsdad, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. TC McQuade

    TC McQuade NES Member

    Feb 6, 2014
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    East Coast USA
    NH To Suspend 4,000 Licenses After Deadly Crash Prompts DMV Review

    New Hampshire plans to suspend the licenses of nearly 4,000 drivers in the latest fallout following a June crash that killed seven motorcyclists, Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday. The Republican governor said the review of the Division of Motor Vehicles sparked by the deadly crash that was just released led authorities to catch up on notifications it had that dated back to July 2016. Sununu said the department is now caught up and more than 37,000 DMV infractions have been looked at.

    “What we have learned through the process allows us to both challenge and assist other states as they hopefully undergo the same exercise,” Sununu said.

    Further out, Sununu is recommending legislative changes that would allow the DMV to share notifications for all drivers, not just those in states which participate in the REAL ID program. The state is also hoping to encourage municipalities in New Hampshire to automate the sharing of notifications with the state. Currently, most mail paper notifications to the DMV.
  2. AHM

    AHM NES Member

    Dec 30, 2013
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    I heard a soundbite of the press conference,
    and I could swear that the figure Sununu quoted
    for the number of unprocessed transactions in the NH "tub" (<= my term)
    dating back to July 2016 was in the "mere" (<= my term) double-digits.

    The video of the press conference is over 36 minutes long,
    so I haven't watched the whole thing to try and find it.

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