Law Enforcement Urges Caution On Super Bowl Sunday
Patrols will be out looking for impaired drivers.
Super Bowl Sunday and parties go hand-in-hand, but law enforcement officials want to remind revelers that drinking and driving don’t.
“We will have our normal troopers out patrolling along with some DUI enforcement units,” warned Sgt. Larry Kraus of the Florida Highway Patrol.
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office will also have its normal patrols out, said spokesman Kevin Doll.
“Our deputies will be out, as usual, enforcing the DUI law,” Doll said.
Kraus asked motorists to plan ahead to make sure they get home safe.
“The one thing we would like to stress is for motorists to please be responsible,” Kraus said. “If they are drinking, call a cab, have a designated driver or call someone to pick them up.”
He also reminded that drinking and driving is a choice – one motorists can opt not to make.
“Do not drive and drive – their choice to drink and drive could affect others.”
The Pittsburg Steelers faceoff against the Green Bay Packers in this year’s game. The action gets under way tomorrow, Feb. 6, with a planned kickoff time of 6:30 p.m., according to the NFL.