Alaska State Troopers are focusing their activities this weekend on the festivities surrounding St. Patrick’s Day.
Troopers say they’re keeping an eye on the dangers of impaired driving, along with other driver behavior issues, helps to decrease the number fatal and serious injury crashes.
Specifically, they say Troopers will be monitoring speeding, reckless and aggressive driving, driver inattention and failure to wear seatbelts or use child safety restraints.
If you happen to be out on the roads and see a dangerous or distracted driver, Troopers encourage you to Report Every Dangerous Driver Immediately by calling 9‐1‐1.
However, if you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate, read: St. Patrick’s Parade Hits 22nd Year.