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Cops spread word about drunk driving dangers

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - To celebrate Drunk and Drugged Driving  (3D) Prevention Month, the Department of Public Works' Office of Highway Safety together with the Partners for Highway Safety and 3D Coalition Team sponsored an exhibit today at the Agana Shopping Center. The event featured various program services on highway safety, enforcement and educational awareness.

Guam Police Department's Sergeant Cecil Sulla, "Drinking and driving don't mix. We can't deny the fact that if you drink, drink responsibly. Make sure you have a designated driver. Plan your event. We're not saying not to drink or have fun. But if you do drink, plan it. For those who don't drink, of course there are going to be people out there drinking. I suggest is to be a defensive driver," he said.

You're reminded to buckle up, be safe, and don't drink and drive.

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