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CONCORD, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and officials unveiled findings of a review into the DMV Wednesday afternoon.
The investigation showed that the DMV had 62 unprocessed revocations for commercial driver's licenses, some dating as far back as 2016.
The review was conducted following a deadly motorcycle crash in June that left seven people dead.
"It's our job as public officials to go through these reviews, to ensure that the systems we have in place across the state truly work for the people we represent," Gov. Sununu said. "What we've learned through the process now allows us both to challenge and assist other states as they hopefully undergo the same exercise."
MassDOT spokesperson Patrick Marvin said that Massachusetts is working with New Hampshire to "improve communications relative to driver licensure issues."
"Earlier this week, as part of its daily incoming mail, Massachusetts received over approximately 3,000 pieces of paper regarding convictions from New Hampshire dating back to late 2017," Marvin said.