Boy Scout Clifton Braunwalder will probably be remembered all weekend when legislation enforcement officers deal with impaired drivers.
Clifton, 13, of Murfreesboro died when an impaired driver hit him whereas he modified a tire on the household automotive April 20, 2014 on Interstate 24 close to Sam Ridley Parkway.
His story impressed legislation enforcement officers to memorialize him in April yearly.
Sheriff’s Sgt. Michael Rodgers stated deputies, Murfreesboro and Smyrna Law enforcement officials and Tennessee Freeway Patrol troopers will think about ingesting and impaired drivers Sunday on the anniversary of his loss of life.
“We wish to maintain the reminiscence of Clifton alive and to attract consideration to impaired driving and the tragedies that happen because of this,” Rodgers stated.
Clifton’s father, Norbert, stated he and his household admire the officers maintaining Clifton’s reminiscence alive by doing the saturation patrols.
“We aren’t in opposition to alcohol,” Braunwalder stated. “If wish to drink keep dwelling or get a driver. There’s no sense in having a drink and having a superb time and ending it by hitting somebody or getting a DUI.”
Rodgers stated Murfreesboro and Smyrna, THP and sheriff’s deputies, who’re members of the Rutherford County Site visitors Security Process Power, will look ahead to ingesting and drug-impaired drivers Sunday on U.S. Freeway 41/70 in Murfreesboro and Smyrna. Troopers and deputies may even test for drunk and impaired drivers on Interstate 24 and Interstate 840.
Sheriff’s deputies may even work extra time from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday night time and Saturday nights to implement the DUI legal guidelines.