Drive sober or get pulled over

KIMT News 3

MINN. – Drive sober or get pulled over. That’s the message local authorities are sending to motorists.

A statewide  enforcement is kicking off today in Minnesota. Over the past 5 years, nearly 600 people have been killed in drunk driving crashes in the state.

Aside from the risk of death or injury to yourself or others, driving under the influence also has other consequences. That includes possible loss of driver’s license, hundreds of dollars in fines and potential jail time.

The special enforcement goes through September 2nd.

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