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Is "many who" used correctly in the following sentence from CNN?

The Saudi photographer, who documented the scenes on January 11, said the site was teeming with visitors, many who had traveled miles for a glimpse of the frozen landscape.

https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/saudi-arabia-snow/index.html

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No, it is not correct.

It should be "...visitors, many of whom had traveled miles...."

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  • I agree, Without of whom, it seems to say that they were many, and all had traveled miles... Commented Jan 26, 2022 at 9:33

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