New Year’s Eve: Myrtle Beach police warn about drunk driving

Myrtle Beach police are increasing manpower New Year’s Eve to crack down on drunk driving. Officers say people need to plan ahead and find a safe ride home in a taxi or from a designated driver.
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Myrtle Beach police are increasing manpower New Year’s Eve to crack down on drunk driving. Officers say people need to plan ahead and find a safe ride home in a taxi or from a designated driver.

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