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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – As Alexa’s Bus visited the BC Peace Region this past weekend, the Integrated Road Safety Unit from Prince George teamed up with members from Dawson Creek and Fort St. John for a three day traffic enforcement blitz.

From November 17th to November 19th, the RCMP targeted impaired driving, distracted driving, and aggressive driving, to name a few. With the help of the Alexa’s Bus during the three-day campaign, police issued:

  • Eight 90-Day Immediate Road Side prohibitions
  • Seven 3-Day Immediate Road Side prohibitions
  • Two 24-hour prohibitions
  • One Criminal Code Prohibited Driver
  • Twenty three Speeding Violations
  • Four Distracted Driver Charges
  • Eight Seatbelt charges
  • Four Liquor Act Violations

Thirty-nine notices or orders were issued for various motor vehicle defects, and eighteen of those vehicles were removed from the roads until the identified issues were fixed.

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