Cheyenne Police Issue Accident Alert Due To Winter Storm
Cheyenne Police have issued an accident alert due to a winter storm which is creating less-than-ideal driving conditions in the city.
The agency posted the following on its Facebook page:
''Due to a high number of vehicle accidents related to icy road conditions, we are currently on accident alert.
This means if you're involved in a non-injury, non-alcohol/drug-related crash, please exchange information and report online: cheyennepd.org/report-accident.''
Snow Expected To Continue
Snow is expected to continue through today and into Sunday morning, according to the Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service
5 Tips for a DUI-Free Super Bowl
Whether you're throwing a Super Bowl party or just attending one, having a game plan that prevents drunk driving is a must.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 11,654 people were killed in drunk driving crashes in 2020 -- a 14% increase from 2019.
No matter what team you're rooting for, NHTSA says you'll win by following these keys to the game:
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