Connecticut State Police announces added patrols starting on New Year's Eve

Authorities will be patrolling the roads for drunken drivers and impaired motorists.

Authorities will be patrolling the roads for drunken drivers and impaired motorists. (12/30/15)

NORWALK - Connecticut State Police and local law enforcement will be out in full force for the New Year's holiday weekend. 

Authorities will be patrolling the roads for drunken drivers and impaired motorists.

State police announced on their website that they will begin four days of roving patrols on I-95 and other routes on New Year's Eve.

Troopers recommend calling 911 to report a suspected drunken or reckless driver.

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