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An opportunity for maximum traffic (Friday rush hour) was chosen for the check stop. - Jim Sinclair
An opportunity for maximum traffic (Friday rush hour) was chosen for the check stop.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Columbia Avenue at 19th Street was the scene of an early festive season drinking and driving check-stop. This one was staged by local first responders: firefighters, paramedics and SAR workers.

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