Memorial Day Travelers Asked to Renew Focus on Traffic Safety
Crashes killed 15 people during last year's Memorial Day weekend
During the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, the Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association, the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol will collaborate to ensure the safety of Ohioans by having officers highly visible on Ohio’s roadways to promote traffic safety.
Collectively, the agencies created a public service announcement video reminding motorists to do their part by following all the traffic laws and helping to prevent crashes.
“As we move forward and transition to Ohio opening back up, we as law enforcement officers will be collective in our efforts to ensure the safety and security of citizens in our communities and motorists on our roadways,” said Stark County Sheriff George Maier.
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