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San Bernardino, California / Brandi Hayes / Brandy Hayes / Tennessee Highway Patrol #1185580

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 03, 2016
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Texting while driving is now illegal in 46 states. But catching violators has forced the police to get creative and think outside the patrol car. Here's our transportation correspondent, Kris Van Cleave. Brandy Hayes doesn't know it yet, but she's about to get a ticket. Lieutenant Kerry Hopkins spotted her from up high. Riding shotgun in the Tennessee Highway Patrol's semis, he radios another trooper to pull Hayes over right there. People know they shouldn't be texting while driving, so they're ...
Reporter(s):
Kris Van Cleave
Duration:
00:02:27

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