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Zero fatalities zeroes in

Southeastern Utah campaign for zero fatalities is promoting Carbon County residents of the importance of safe driving. Rayann and Chance Lee of Price, are standing in front of the display vehicle at the recent Desert Thunder Raceway event, which is urging all drivers to "Don't Drive Stupid." The Zero Fatalities campaign, brought to us by Southeastern Utah Health Department, is telling drivers to buckle up, do not drive drowsy, distracted, aggressive or impaired, which includes the use of cell phones for calls and texting.

Southeastern Utah campaign for zero fatalities is promoting Carbon County residents of the importance of safe driving. Rayann and Chance Lee of Price, are standing in front of the display vehicle at the recent Desert Thunder Raceway event, which is urging all drivers to "Don't Drive Stupid." The Zero Fatalities campaign, brought to us by Southeastern Utah Health Department, is telling drivers to buckle up, do not drive drowsy, distracted, aggressive or impaired, which includes the use of cell phones for calls and texting.




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