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KS Highway Patrol May 25
So her daddy can walk her down the aisle one day....
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Trooper Ben May 25
My 5 year old daughter wants me to return home following a day in uniform. for emergency workers.
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NMSP May 25
Always for stopped emergency vehicles. If you cannot move over then
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LA State Police May 25
Today is one of the busiest nationwide travel days of the year as people head to festivities. While traveling, please always for emergency vehicles on the shoulder. Simply moving over can help prevent crashes such as this one from happening!
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John May 25
I have a difficult time not judging those of you who ignore, disregard, or are just oblivious to emergency vehicles. Police should be able to revoke driving privileges on the spot.
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RACHEL May 25
We anticipate what the signs will say. This is one of my favorites. 😂
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Blue Alert May 25
Officer Anthony Christie EOW: 5-25-2018
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Polk County Sheriff May 25
Today we’re joining our first responder brothers & sisters nationwide in this campaign to remind motorists to - it’s the law. When you see a first responder or truck w/emergency lights on the side of the road, MOVE.
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Trooper Ben May 25
Thank you Lloyd for helping us spread the message to for emergency personnel & road workers!
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Zero Fatalities NV May 25
We join local law enforcement agencies reminding motorist to and during this Memorial Day Weekend.
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Humboldt County Sheriff May 25
While traveling this , please or for emergency vehicles on the shoulder. Moving over saves lives! Also, when you see an emergency vehicle traveling with its flashing lights, move to the shoulder and stop until it passes
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VA State Police May 25
Eight VSP troopers could have escaped injury last year if motorists complied with the law. It may seem like a small thing, but leaving a lane could save a life.
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Franklin County Sheriff’s Office May 25
From 2007-2017, there were 1,641 officers killed in the line of duty & 39% of those fatalities were traffic-related.
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Idaho State Police May 25
Today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. Please support the Move Over Law.
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Pasco Sheriff May 25
'MoveOver' laws are intended to protect first responders and highway workers.
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Trooper Ben May 25
Always for emergency workers! Please ReTweet this message! It will place a smile on my face!
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KY State Police May 25
RT if you for law enforcement and first responders! It saves lives!
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Gwinnett Sheriff's Office May 25
MOVE OVER.....It’s the law. Please move over for emergency vehicles. 🚔🚓🚑🚒
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Ohio State Patrol May 25
The law is enforced to protect emergency responders, roadway workers, and all motorists.
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KDOT May 25
Word of advice: for emergency workers, law enforcement officers and highway workers. past like a kid rushing for recess is also not advised and could result in timeout.
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