Police to crack down on highways through July 4
CHICAGO — Illinois law enforcement agencies are planning to crack down on drunk driving this weekend and through the Fourth of July holiday.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced stepped-up enforcement plans Wednesday. State police and other law enforcement agencies also will be watching for seat belt violations.
The statewide effort is funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and administered by IDOT. It follows an increase in Illinois' vehicle crash fatalities compared to the same time period in 2011.
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