This map plots the location of wrong-way driving incidents that result in a wreck and/or an arrest. The points on the map are where the incident ended.
While there are hundreds of calls for service regarding wrong-way drivers, not all of those calls end crashes or arrests.
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Department of Public Safety troopers responded to more than 1,600 reports of wrong-way drivers in 2016.
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"In most instances, these people reorient themselves and exit the highway," DPS spokesman Raul Garcia explained in December.
It's the other instances that are dangerous -- potentially deadly. Arizona averaged more than two wrong-way crashes per month last year.
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SPECIAL SECTION: Wrong-way driving in Arizona
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