New study finds drowsy driving bigger problem than found in earlier studies

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — Ever find yourself behind the wheel dozing off? You’ve got lots of company. And according to a new study the problem is worse than previously reported. A new report from Triple A finds that 10 percent of all car crashes in a recent study were due to driver drowsiness. The results come from an analysis of dashcam video taken of more than 700 crashes.