Thousands of San Diegans will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Tuesday, prompting authorities to crack down on drunken driving.
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The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is planning increased DUI patrols across the county starting at 7 p.m. and lasting until 3 a.m. Wednesday.
“When you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, be responsible,” said Sheriff Bill Gore. “If you drink, designate a sober driver or call a taxi to take you home. Remember: buzzed driving is drunk driving.”
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