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Officials urge sober holiday driving, place flags for Westmoreland lives lost to impairment

Pennsylvania state troopers Tristan Tappe (left), with the Troop A Office of Community Engagement, and Steve Limani, public information officer with the Greensburg barracks, help place 59 U.S. flags Thursday in a flower bed at the rear of the Westmoreland County Courthouse. The flags represent the number of lives lost to impaired driving in the county from 2017 through 2021.

Because the Fourth of July falls on a Monday this year, police will have an extended weekend to be extra vigilant in watching for impaired drivers and working to prevent the potentially fatal crashes they could cause.


Source: The Tribune-Review

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