Suffolk to announce crackdown on wrong-way driving

December 14, 2010 5:53:40 AM PST
The rash of wrong-way driving incidents on Long Island is getting a response from Suffolk County lawmakers.

County Executive Steve Levy will announce a crackdown Tuesday. It is a major enforcement campaign aimed at stopping drunken drivers.

The campaign will include DWI checkpoints at highly-trafficked intersections, highway ramps and shopping centers across the county.

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