June Sobriety Checkpoints Coming To Several South Dakota Counties

(Sioux Falls, SD) — The South Dakota Department of Public Safety (DPS) is announcing plans for 23 sobriety checkpoints in more than 15 counties across the state in the month of June. DPS officials say the checkpoints are designed to encourage sober driving. In 2021, 56 were killed and six-hundred-90 were hurt in alcohol-involved crashes in South Dakota, according to authorities. DPS officials remind people not to drink and drive, even if there is not a sobriety checkpoint scheduled for their county.

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