The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Workplace will conduct a safety checkpoint this night starting shortly after 10 p.m.
“The checkpoints are designed to discourage impaired driving and we’re asking drivers to make the sensible alternative, don’t drink and drive,” Sheriff Mike Chapman acknowledged.
The Insurance coverage Institute for Freeway Security studies that the Fourth of July is the deadliest day of the yr for drivers. The vacation falling on a weekend is an added problem for regulation enforcement.
Volunteers from the Loudoun Chapter of Moms In opposition to Drunk Driving will help with the checkpoint.