Report: Marijuana-related traffic deaths rise in Colorado

Pot related traffic deaths are on the rise in Colorado.

According to a new report from the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area -- a federally funded agency designed to combat drug trafficking in Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming - a 92 percent boost in marijuana-related traffic deaths has been reported.

The report says all other traffic fatalities went up 8 percent during that same time frame.

According to the report, Colorado ranked third in the U.S. for marijuana use in youth between 12 and 17 years of age.