Local law enforcement will be watching for drunk drivers this Labor Day weekend
Last year, 9,878 people across the United States died in a crash involving a drunk driver. Do the math. That’s one death every 53 minutes.
Those figures in mind, Creston Police Chief Paul Ver Meer said Thursday his officers will be watching for drunk drivers — even more than normal — this Labor Day holiday weekend.
“We are being extra vigilant right now on driving offenses including seat belt, speeding and operating while intoxicated,” he said, “and we will continue be watching for those things this Labor Day weekend. We encourage people to drink responsibly over the weekend, and if you feel you have drank to much, please call for a ride.”
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