Photo/Story Gallery 2004

Memorial Day Holiday Safety Event

Troop L Troop Commander, Major Guzman revealing the weekend enforcement plans.On May 28, 2004, Troop L and Troop K hosted a Memorial Day Safety Event. Troop L’s Troop Commander, Major Miguel A. Guzman revealed the weekend enforcement plans for “Operation Gotcha” and aggressive driving violations.

Major Guzman provided safety tips for motorists expressing the importance of proper preparedness and patience that drivers should exercise while traveling this weekend. Major Guzman stated, “Seat belt usage clearly makes a difference in preventing deaths and injuries in vehicle crashes.”

Pictured left, Troop L Troop Commander, Major Miguel A. Guzman revealing the weekend enforcement plans.

Lake Worth Service Plaza, Florida TurnpikeFWC Officers and Captain PeltonThe goal of the Florida Highway Patrol is to increase usage from past holidays by all motorists and passengers with a strong educational and enforcement effort. The safety event was held at the Lake Worth Service Plaza along Florida’s Turnpike.

Pictured left, Lake Worth Service Plaza, Florida Turnpike and right, FWC Officers and Captain Brad Pelton.

Several Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) officers were on hand to provide boating safety tips. Also, State Representative Slosberg, Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office, AAA Auto Club and Verizon Representatives were on hand to provide safety tips. Verizon Wireless gave motorists 500 pairs of hands free cell phone devices. Occupant Protection Specialist (OPS), Trooper Conya Bassett checked many child seats for motorists that stopped at the service plaza. Thanks to everyone that made this safety event a success.