MADD joins DRPS for St. Patrick’s RIDE program in Durham
Published March 20, 2023 at 1:50 pm
Durham Police were out in full force St. Patrick’s Day, stopping 600 drivers and charging 13 drivers with various offences, including two for impaired driving.
Two in 600 may not seem much but it’s still two too many and DRPS is reminding drivers to drive sober or get pulled over. “Impaired riving shatters families.”
Members of MADD Durham Region were on hand with police at some of the RIDE locations to help ensure people were enjoying their St. Patrick’s Day responsibly.
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Happy St. Patrick's Day!
If you will be out celebrating today please plan for a SOBER ride home. Our R.I.D.E team will be out ensuring our roadways are safe! Don't drive impaired and if you suspect an impaired driver please call 911! @MADDDurham pic.twitter.com/e3MKXsmXoD
— Durham Regional Police (@DRPS) March 17, 2023