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MILWAUKEE --- More drivers are expected to be out on the roads this Labor Day Holiday.
According to Sheriff David Clarke there will be an increase of about 3% compared with last year or about 635,000 drivers on Wisconsin roads starting Thursday and returning on Monday.
"The single most important thing you can do is wear your seatbelt," Clarke said in his annual press conference.
He also reminded those who plan on drinking that they will have a special OWI task force, combining the efforts of deputies, local and state police officers.
Clarke proudly displayed a mobile jailhouse they have to transport suspected drunk drivers from traffic stops or crash scenes to more permanent cells.