New Hampshire State Police met their goal for "No DUI Friday."

The stepped up law enforcement effort in 21 states, including all the ones the Interstate 95 passes through, resulted in 215 traffic stops by several New Hampshire law enforcement. 48 citations and 185 warnings for various offenses were issued, along with three total criminal arrests for driving under the influence of drugs or liquor, along with additional charges.

None resulted in an injury or fatality, which was the goal of Friday's initiative.

The State Police asks you to call 911 if you see a driver that appears to be impaired. Know your location including street names or mile markers, a license plate number, and a description of the vehicle.

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