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KSL News Law enforcement officers are out in full force looking for drunken drivers. The Fourth of July marks the beginning of a month that is traditionally the deadliest of the year.
To keep the roads safe thousands of law enforcement officers will conduct sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols.
It's all part of a 17 day DUI crackdown called "You Drink and Drive, You Lose."
According to the Automobile Association of America 37-million people are expected to be on the highways during this three-day holiday weekend, the highest total for the July Fourth holiday in nine years.