Extra Flagler County Sheriff’s Deputies will be on patrol New Year’s Eve and New Year’s watching for impaired drivers. Flagler County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Lt. Bob Weber says Palm Coast residents will also see message boards set up by the city reminding people not to drink and drink, in addition to the DUI Patrols. In a press release, Flagler County Sheriff James L. Manfre also said, “New Year’s Eve is traditionally a time when family and friends get together to reflect on the past year and look towards the future of a new year filled with endless possibility. It should not be a time marred by tragedy such as a death or injury that comes about as a result of a motor vehicle crash. We want people to be responsible and enjoy themselves on New Year’s and get home safely.”
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Click here to see a list of non-alcoholic beverage recipes from the Florida Highway Patrol.
The FHP also says you can use *FHP on your cellular phone to report impaired drivers.
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