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Top Story: Mangano Announces Stop D.W.I. / FREE Taxi Rides to Save Lives During Holiday Season
Nassau County Police will be targeting drunk drivers and looking to prevent the kind of senseless alcohol-related accidents that too often occur during the holidays. My message is clear: if you drink and drive here in Nassau County you will be arrested and prosecuted,” said County Executive Mangano. “I urge everyone to be responsible and to plan accordingly so all can return home safely to their loved ones. Be smart - a taxi is a much better choice than the backseat of a patrol car. Choose your ride, don’t drink and drive.
Since December 10th, local taxi companies have been offering free rides to those who need a ride home in an effort to deter drunk driving and prevent holiday celebrations from ending in tragedy or arrest. They will continue to offer free rides through January 1, 2012. This public service will be available throughout Nassau County and Eastern Queens by calling (516) 326-9090, and also includes rides back to the driver’s car the next day. FULL STORY ON:
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"Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man." -Benjamin Franklin
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