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CDOT has joined a national movement recognizing April as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

"I think people don't understand the real danger when they take their eyes off the road, " CDOT spokesman Sam Cole said.  "We know that an accident happen in an instant and unless your're ready to respond, it could have tragic consequences.  If  you're going 65, 70 mile per hour and take your eyes off the road to read a message, that's the equivalent of driving the length of a football field and a lot can happen in that time."

This story was written by Hayley Sanchez of The Denver Post.  Click on the link for her full story and tips on reducing distracted driving.
Posted 5:44 PM

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