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Pennsylvania DUI Crackdown Starts Monday Night

Pennsylvania State Police are cracking down with DUI checkpoints in Susquehanna County starting tonight.

Troop R in Gibson will be conducting sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols on the roads through April 5th with a zero tolerance policy.

The legal limit to drink and drive in Pennsylvania is a .08 percent blood alcohol concentration.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, over 11,000 DUI crashes occur annually in the state killing 381 people and injuring 7,900 others.