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Six killed over Labor Day weekend

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Labor Day holiday and the state's "Click it or Ticket" campaign have come to an end, but statistics are just being announced.

Over the holiday weekend six traffic deaths were reported across the state. One person died in each of Elmore, Lawrence, and Green counties while Chilton County saw a two car head-on accident that left three people dead.

Troopers made 106 DUI arrests over the weekend, wrote just over 3,500 speeding tickets and issued more than 1,600 seat belt violations.

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