*MEDIA ALERT* Office of Highway Safety to Address the Deadly Trends on Delaware Roadways
March 15, 2022
OHS launches Speed Campaign to run from March 19 through March 27, statewide
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) announces a press event to address the increasing number of fatalities occurring on Delaware roadways.
Delaware State Police Headquarters
1441 N. Dupont Hwy., Dover, DE 19901
Wednesday, March 16 at 11 a.m.
Nathaniel McQueen Jr., Delaware Secretary of Safety and Homeland Security
Nicole Majeski, Secretary of the Delaware Department of Transportation
Colonel Melissa Zebley, Superintendent of the Delaware State
Edward Alexander, MD, Associate Trauma Medical Director, Bayhealth
Kimberly Chesser, Director of the Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Representatives from: OHS, Delaware State Police, first responders, corporate partners, government and business leaders
OHS and partners are working to bring attention to these alarming trends by providing education on safe practices, conducting traffic enforcement and other countermeasures, reminding the public that we all share a responsibility in traffic safety.
For more information, please visit ArriveAliveDE.com
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