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KSP tackles traffic enforcement on Super Bowl Sunday
Frankfort, KY - Kentucky State Police are preparing for the big game by participating in Operation C.A.R.E (Crash Awareness Reduction Effort) on Super Bowl Sunday. KSP, along with law enforcement across the country, will have increased visibility on interstates and highways to keep drivers safe.
KSP troopers and officers will put a high emphasis on all traffic enforcement violations, including speeding, failure to wear seat belts, impaired and distracted driving. During this one-day nationwide blitz, troopers across the country will have the same team goal in mind - keeping motorists safe.
"One crash is too many and its important Kentuckians stay safe while they are traveling. We urge people to celebrate at home in lieu of going out on the roads. If you should host a Super Bowl party, have a game plan and designate a sober driver for your guests," said KSP Spokesperson Sergeant Billy Gregory.
The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety reported that impaired drivers caused 22 crashes that resulted in one death and eight injuries on Super Bowl Sunday last year.
KSP offers drivers the following tips to increase safety awareness on the roads on Super Bowl Sunday:
In concordance with Operation C.A.R.E, if you see a troublesome driver or any suspicious road conditions, please contact your local KSP Post or law enforcement agency. Don't know your post location in Kentucky? Visit http://kentuckystatepolice.org/post-locations/ to find your local KSP Post.
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