SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Freeway Patrol (UHP) troopers are already stopping quite a lot of automobiles from getting out of city. And so they have further shifts this weekend to attempt to remind folks to drive extra safely.
Main Jeff Nigbur says this video from the Utah division of public security exhibits their hope that households may be protected this weekend as troopers and officers work to maintain them protected.
The UHP is anxious about a rise already this yr in lethal crashes. And we haven’t even begun what’s often called the 100 deadliest days between memorial day and labor day.
Two locations of additional scrutiny I-15 by Juab and Millard counties, and in Field Elder County on the perry port the place there will likely be truck inspections and a DUI blitz.
The UHP is giving folks a touch of the place troopers will likely be focusing this weekend.
Troopers are already pulling a bunch of automobiles over on I-15 by Juab and Millard counties as folks head south from the Wasatch Entrance.
This weekend begins what they name the 100 deadliest days of summer time on Utah’s roads.
Troopers are doing totally different blitzes and specializing in particular areas of the state this weekend as they implement Utah’s legal guidelines. Main Jeff Nigbur says there have been 99 lethal crashes up to now this yr, in comparison with 80 at the moment final yr.
He says the motor squad has already pulled quite a lot of automobiles over on I-15 by Juab and Millard counties. They’re in search of rushing, impaired, drowsy, or distracted drivers and Nigbur says please buckle up.
There’s additionally a DUI blitz tonight and tomorrow evening.
To this point they’ve made 64 degree, 3 inspections, 4 OOS and violations 34 others.
Part 15 (UTIP) have been on a tour of Utah this weekend hitting up the totally different port of entries across the state. They began in St George then went as much as Perry, they usually have another tonight!
To this point they’ve made:
64 degree 3 inspections
4 OOS violations
34 different pic.twitter.com/nJZkTY4eR2
— Utah Freeway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) May 30, 2021