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The week of Feb. 24, Santa Rosa police will be monitoring one of the city’s most collision-prone intersections,  Brush Creek Road and Highway 12, which  last year was tied for fourth place with nine collisions.

As part of a weekly Monday through Friday special enforcement program, Officer Jeff Adams says officers particularly will be looking for drivers not wearing seat belts, who are illegally using cellphones, are speeding, running red lights or committing lane violations.

Each week, the officers pick one of the city’s top 25 collision-troubled intersections to monitor.

To read about the city’s other top intersections for collisions, CLICK HERE.

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