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Sheriff Shares Message For Thanksgiving Weekend SafetySalem-News.com
Yamhill County shares the same message as do all Oregon Sheriffs: STAY SOBER OR DON'T DRIVE!
(McMINNVILLE, Ore.) - The Yamhill County Sheriff's Office will be increasing patrols over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend looking for impaired drivers.
Sheriff Tim Svenson announced today that his office will increase patrols over the holiday weekend to keep the roadways safe in Yamhill County.
In addition to the holiday weekend the Civil War game will be taking place in Eugene on Friday, November 27th. Home games for the Ducks and Beavers traditionally have increased traffic through Yamhill County.
Sheriff Svenson wants to remind everyone that if you see a suspected impaired driver please call 9-1-1 and report them. Some signs to look for are:
If you plan to host a dinner or party or attend a dinner or party where alcohol or Marijuana is being served you can take some precautions beforehand to avoid what could be a deadly end to the family get together.
Have a safe and happy holiday weekend.
Source: Yamhill County Sheriff's Office
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