Sask. RCMP tutor public on how to call in impaired drivers
The RCMP wants to help people report impaired drivers to get them off the road.
"We've seen the tragedy that happens when we have impaired drivers out there and we want to be able to do something about that," said Sgt. Al Hofland, the RCMP's acting officer in charge of traffic services.
"We can't do something about it without the public's assistance."
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