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The Internal Security Forces renewed efforts to prevent drunken driving Monday, installing traffic checkpoints in Zgharta, Jdeideh, Zahle and other areas to test drivers' blood-alcohol levels.The move was part of a larger police campaign launched last month to improve road safety standards across the country.The Youth Association for Social Awareness, an organization that fosters understanding about road safety, estimates that over 200 people die in alcohol-related crashes each year.The first law aiming to combat drunken driving was passed in 2012 but was never effectively enforced.
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