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Local task force will patrol post-Packers game

The Brown County drunk driving task force is gearing up for a four hour sting following Green Bay’s divisional playoff game next month, and, if necessary, for the NFC Championship game.

Earlier this month, the task force did a trial run and cited six individuals with drunk driving after the Packers-Raiders game. The task force is funded by a $96,000 federal grant, and the program has received several requests from local residents to patrol after Packers home games. Since early October, officers have given 32 drivers drunk driving citations.

If you plan on going to the Packers game in January, it is important to take extra precautions whether you will be drinking or not. Patrons will not be able to purchase more than two alcoholic drinks at a time and last call is in the third quarter. Designated driver programs are available and Green Bay Metro is providing free bus rides.

If you have been injured in a dangerous alcohol-related accident, contact the Green Bay drunk driving accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. by calling 800-242-2874.

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