New cell phone law hits Oct. 1

By Pat Caldwell
The Enterprise
VALE — No one needs to tell Oregon State Police Lt. Mark Duncan how dangerous it is to use a cell phone on the road.
Duncan, the commander of the Oregon State Police station in Ontario, said he’s seen numerous serious and deadly crashes because of distracted driving and cell phone use. And the number of incidents involving distracted driving continues to climb.
“It is alarmingly high even . . .

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