RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. --
Employee sickouts shut down two DMV offices, causing frustration and anger for customers.In Riverside, lines were extra long yesterday after DMV employees stayed home to protest the governor's salary cuts and layoffs.
The DMV found itself scrambling to find workers to cover several of its offices.
Police were called to the DMV in Rancho Cucamonga, to help keep order.
But there was no trouble there or at any other office. Click here for the latest on DMV office closures
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