Sobriety Checkpoints Tonight Through Tuesday

New York State Police and local law enforcement will be increasing patrols over this Halloween Weekend to crack down on drunk and impaired driving. The patrols begin Friday, October 28 and continue through Tuesday November 1. Governor Cuomo is asking every New Yorker “to assist in these efforts by making responsible decisions so that everyone can have a safe and happy Halloween.” In 2015, 52 percent of all highway fatalities across the nation on Halloween night involved a driver or a motorcycle rider with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher. Remember, Halloween falls on a Monday this year, expect children in the streets, sobriety checkpoints and additional patrols through the weekend until Tuesday. And WRCR reminds you that drunk driving kills over 10,000 people each year and is avoidable. Choose a designated driver before you head out to party.

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