Your alarm clock went off an hour earlier this morning, you may be short of sleep. Fatigue due to a disrupted sleep patterns can cause more drowsy drivers on the road today, as well as in the evenings with a commute in the dark.  Washington State Trooper, Chris Thorson says, he sees it on the highways and believes crashes caused by people falling asleep at the wheel are much more frequent during the winter months.

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