Move Over, Slow Down, Drive Sober
“As of noon yesterday, due to weather and road conditions, there have been 64 crashes, including one fatality,” said Chief Deputy Ball.
Due to festivities, the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office is anticipating more motorists on the road this weekend. MCSO will be patrolling Milwaukee County interstates and highways, enforcing safe driving and the rules of the road.
With the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day Parades this weekend, MCSO wants the driving public to get to their destination safely.
Chief Deputy Sheriff Denita Ball reminds the driving public to move over a lane for emergency vehicles and tow trucks, slow down for weather and road conditions, obey the laws of the road, and drive sober.
“As of noon yesterday, due to weather and road conditions, there have been 64 crashes, including one fatality,” said Chief Deputy Ball. “We want to remind the motoring public to be mindful of weather and road conditions, and to obey the laws of the road, as they enjoy weekend activities. Public and road safety is a priority for this Sheriff’s Office.”
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