This Saturday, roadchecks will be set up from Whistler to Boston Bar in
an effort to get drinking drivers off the road
VANCOUVER, Nov. 30 /CNW/ - CounterAttack is celebrating 30 years of
success this holiday season, and on December 1, police will launch a roadcheck
blitz across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. ICBC will also be in
attendance to promote other ways to get home safely this holiday season. The
blitz is a part of the month-long provincial campaign dedicated to getting
drinking drivers off B.C. roads.
Date: Saturday, December 1, 2007.
Time 5:30 - 6:30 PM.
Location Highway 1 at 200th Street in Langley (east-bound on ramp).
Who: John Les, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
Inspector Derek Cooke, OIC of the Lower Mainland Traffic
Aileen Shibata, ICBC manager of Road Safety for the Fraser
What: Roadchecks set up along the Highway 1 corridor from Whistler to
Interview and photo opportunities with police and ICBC.
Air1, B.C.'s traffic safety helicopter, will be providing
aerial support to the blitz.
For further information:
For further information: Kate Best, (604) 816-7983