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Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day

The Oradell Police Department Recognizes Annual "Put the Brakes on Fatalities" Day on October 10.  This is a statewide initiative that challenges motorists to buckle-up, slow down and obey all traffic laws to keep New Jersey roads fatality free.

WHO : The Oradell Police Department and Patrol Officers.

WHAT : "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day" was established in 2001 to focus attention on reducing the traffic fatalities that occur each year in the United States.  Nationally, there were 35,092 roadway deaths in 2015, while New Jersey lost 603 individuals on the State's roadways in 2016.  As part of a continuing effort in "moving toward zero fatalities," motorists, pedestrians, motorcyclists, and bicyclists are asked to take extra care on October 10 to prevent traffic crashes and make this a fatality-free day across New Jersey . To reinforce this lifesaving message and further support the initiative, on October 10th officers from the Oradell Police Department will be out in force in efforts to keep everyone safe.

WHERE : Patrols and roving motor vehicle check points will be set up at random throughout the Borough.

WHEN : October 10, 2017 beginning at 7 a.m.

Please visit the following web sites for additional information on this initiative: www.asce.org/brakesonfatalities or www.njsaferoads.com