Multi-Agency Traffic Initiative ‘Arrive Alive On I-95’ Attempts To Stem Fatal Crashes

By  //  August 24, 2017

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A joint effort is underway in Brevard County to help residents and visitors “Arrive Alive On Interstate 95” as troopers, deputies and officers will focus on aggressive drivers and speeders along the interstate.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – A joint effort is underway in Brevard County to help residents and visitors “Arrive Alive On Interstate 95” as troopers, deputies and officers will focus on aggressive drivers and speeders along the interstate.

The Florida Highway Patrol, Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, West Melbourne Police Department, Melbourne Police Department, Cocoa Police Department and Palm Bay Police Department will be focusing on traffic safety for the entire I-95 corridor in Brevard County tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.

In 2016, there were 13 fatal traffic crashes along I-95, inBrevard County. In 2017 there have been 7 fatal traffic crashes, along I-95, in Brevard County.

“There has already been a concentrated effort by the Florida Highway Patrol and Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to reduce the number of crashes along I-95 this year through enhanced enforcement,” said Sgt. Kim Montes, Florida Highway Patrol Public Affairs Officer.

“We want to remind drivers that to Arrive Alive, you have to follow the safe rules of driving. Buckle up, drive the speed limit, don’t drive distracted and never get behind the wheel if you have been drinking or taking medication that could affect your driving.”

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