SOUTH CAROLINA - Over the past few weeks, South Carolina saw a spike in the number of people killed on the highways.
Highway Patrol said the state was running below 2011's pace, but 40 people died in accidents during November.
Troopers said drinking, speeding and not wearing a seat belt were factors in many of the deaths.
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