Santa Rosa police will be patrolling streets prone to motorcycle accidents and writing citations for anyone posing a risk to collisions on Tuesday, police said. Officers will be cracking down on all drivers, which include motorcyclists and car drivers who may be speeding or not properly licensed to drive a motorcycle. Motorcycle deaths nationwide jumped from 276 in the year 2000 to 560 in 2008, police said. In 2008, 63 percent of riders who were aged 24 and younger and killed in a motorcycle crash were improperly licensed.
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