Night of 1000 Stars
This statewide enforcement on Saturday December 15, will remove impaired drivers from the roads. Impaired driving caused by alcohol and or other drug is the primary reason why people die in motor vehicle crashes. Officers will also be on the lookout for improper cell phone use, speeding, aggressive driving, anyone not wearing a seatbelt, and all other traffic laws. Winter driving can be hazardous just on its own but when mixed with alcohol or drugs it becomes deadly.
The Mason County DUI/Traffic Safety Task Force wants everyone to arrive safely at his or her holiday destination and asks us to ring in the New Year with ZERO serious injury or fatal collisions in Mason County.
- Make Plans for a sober ride home before going out.
- Arrange to stay the night.
- Use a taxi.
- Take care keys from impaired friends or family and arrange a safe ride home.
“Night of 1000 Stars” is a cooperative effort involving the statewide Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Forces, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, and law enforcement agencies throughout Washington State.
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