DUI season approaching, officials urge caution

By Bonnie Heater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

This year’s winter storm showed that icy road conditions can be hazardous, but so can sharing the road with an impaired driver.

According to Lieutenant Roger Carver, the officer in charge of the Fort Gordon Traffic Management Collision Investigation section, driving under the influence rises as the weather gets warmer.

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