RCMP Staying Alert For Reckless Drivers In New Brunswick Street, Campsite

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The RCMP will start to intensify the enforcement of traffic laws at Dalhousie in New Brunswick, a report said.

Town Council asked officers to be more vigilant about reckless driving behaviors within the town that includes vehicles doing burnouts and doughnuts on Inch Arran Avenue near a campsite.

Other locations in town will also be covered like William Street and at intersections.

Residents also voiced concerns about teens riding scooters within the Dalhousie Regional High School area, which could cause problems for motorists.

The RCMP declares that it will be increasing its presence within the region and be on the lookout for offenders.

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