LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The number of people killed by drivers running red lights has hit a 10-year high, according to a new report from AAA.

The latest figures show that 939 people were killed in 2017 by vehicles that had run through a red light. That is the highest death toll from such crashes since 2008.

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According to AAA, two people are killed every day in the U.S. by drivers who don’t stop for signals.

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One recent crash involving a red-light runner killed a father on Father’s Day in North Hills. A 27-year-old woman was arrested in Mexico after police say she walked away from the crash.

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Even though 85 percent of drivers think running red lights is dangerous, nearly one in three drivers say they have run a red light within the past month, even though they knew they could have safely stopped, according to AAA.