(Wyoming) - St. Patrick's Day is this Thursday which means fun times for many families and friends. It also means a fair amount of people may be consuming alcohol. Throughout all of Wyoming, law enforcement will be looking for drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or not wearing safety belts. During the St. Patrick’s Day and weekend festivities, March 17-20, local agencies will be increasing patrols and efforts. "Being part of #headsup, our mission is to help promote safety and awareness in our communities," explained Amy Kelly, HR Director of the Fremont Motor Company
. "In Wyoming, our communities
are small, which means we can look out for our friends and neighbors. We're
encouraging folks to keep an eye on each other during the St. Patrick's Day
festivities. Be #headsup and look out for one another."
*Above graphic via Traffic Safety Marketing
/ Pitchengine Communities*
If you do plan on celebrating, here are 6 ways you can be #headsup. h/t
Injury Prevention Resources for sharing these tips:
- Have a sober driver
- Take a taxi
- Remember that most bartenders will help you find a safe ride if you
- Know that the average DUI costs over $10,000. You can’t measure the
amount of embarrassment, family/friend issues, work issues, etc. that are
caused by just one DUI; especially if someone is hurt or killed
- Avoiding drinking and driving doesn’t require luck; just planning ahead
- Law Enforcement ALL through Wyoming are working overtime on St.
Patrick’s Day and through the weekend.
*Feature image via giphy.com / Pitchengine Communities *
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