Enid Police Department is asking those drinking during this year’s Super Bowl to designate a driver to save lives.
“If you are preparing to consume alcohol while you watch the Super Bowl this Sunday, the Enid Police Department suggests that you do it sensibly, by handing over your keys to a designated driver,” said Lt. Mark Blodgett.
He said those drinking during the big game should carry out a designated-driver plan to make sure they get home safe.
“Drafting a designated driver this weekend will be the correct play call for a sure win,” he said.
In 2010, more 10,000 people were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes that involved at least one driver or motorcycle rider with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Blodgett said the department also is asking all party hosts to discourage their guests from drinking and driving, and to be sure everyone who will be drinking has assigned a sober designated driver.
“Designated drivers are the real playmakers for the team, because they make sure that their teammates get home safe,” Blodgett said. “We want everyone to make the right decision for this weekend and remember, real NFL fans don’t let fans drive drunk.”
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