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Neb., SD Troopers Aim To Reduce Car Accidents

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Neb., SD Troopers Aim To Reduce Car Accidents

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) — State troopers from Nebraska and South Dakota are teaming up to reduce serious and potentially fatal car accidents on the road.

The Nebraska State Patrol and the South Dakota Highway Patrol will conduct a high visibility patrol and a DUI checkpoint Friday into Saturday along the Highway 81 corridor that joins both states.

Troopers from Norfolk and Sioux Falls will work together on special enforcement activities that focus on impaired and distracted driving.

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