Rescuers try to help an injured man out of his car at the site of a car accident. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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For those among you going out for New Year's Eve, a few precautions should be kept in mind, especially for drivers.Road safety organizations like YASA and Kunhadi are joining efforts with the police force this New Year's Eve to protect Lebanese from drunk-driving incidents that have plagued the country in recent years. Statistics for drinking and driving in Lebanon are hard to come by as hospitals and police do not record alcohol involvement in such issues, though police may begin to penalize violators in 2015 . While the ISF did not immediately respond to a request for a comment, last year it set up checkpoints to look for drunk drivers and the police will likely repeat the effort this year.
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