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National Distracted Driving Awareness campaign makes local roadways safer

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Grant funds provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon Impact helped the Lincoln City Police Department make local roads safer during a National Distracted Driving Awareness campaign in the month of April.

Three enforcement operations conducted April 11, April 15 and April 27 identified numerous drivers unlawfully using their cell phones or other electronic devices while operating their vehicles.

The safety sting included 22 citations and eight warnings issued for distracted driving, one citation for a suspended license, and one citation and 11 warnings for other traffic violations.

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