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Special Enforcement Planned for Lancaster County

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October 18, 2016 (Lincoln, Neb.)  —  A special enforcement effort planned for Friday, Oct. 21 will focus on reducing the potential for serious injury and fatality crashes in Lancaster County.

“Fall brings lots of excitement along with an increase in motor vehicle traffic in the city of Lincoln and Lancaster County,” said Captain Lance Rogers, Commander Headquarters Troop-Lincoln. “By increasing our visibility, we hope to reduce that potential for motor vehicle crashes through voluntary compliance with all traffic safety laws.”

Thanks in part to a $2,340 grant from the Department of Roads Highway Safety Office, troopers will conduct high visibility patrols and a DUI checkpoint beginning in the evening hours of Friday, Oct. 21 and continuing into the early morning hours on Saturday, Oct. 22

Capt. Rogers said, “We want everyone to enjoy their weekend, but to do so in a safe responsible manner. You can do your part by never driving impaired or distracted and always wearing your seat belt.” ###


Deb Collins-Public Information Coordinator
(402) 479-4985
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