Drunken drivers are the target of a month-long law enforcement campaign that begins today (FRI). The effort will include 8,500 extra hours of DWI patrols on Minnesota roads. State Patrol Lieutenant Eric Roeske says the number of fatal crashes is down by about 60 from last year. He recommends designating a sober driver, calling a cab or using public transportation if you’ve been drinking.
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