Manitoba Drivers Reminded To Use Caution Over Long Weekend

Users of Manitoba highways this long weekend are reminded to use caution.

So far this year, 31 Manitobans have died in motor vehicle collisions, five more than at this time last year, and well above the five year average of 23.

To help cut down on these numbers, drivers are reminded to drive sober, wear a seatbelt, slow down and drive to conditions and to pay attention to the road at all times.

As part of the long weekend, RCMP officers will be conducting more patrols and sobriety check-stops throughout the province.

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