By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Don't say you didn't get a warning. Local police and state troopers say they'll be on the roads Super Bowl weekend looking for drunk drivers.
The Governor's Office of Highway safety is warning Super Bowl party-goers and party throwers to slow down, buckle up, and drive sober.
Young men 21 to 34 are most at risk of DUI crashes and least likely to wear their seat belts.
Unfortunately, deadly DUI crashes are not new on Super Bowl Sunday.
On Super Sunday 2007, 48-percent of traffic fatalities nationwide involved drunk drivers.
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