Saskatoon police cracking down on aggressive drivers

The police will bring Operation Fall Frenzy to the streets today. It’s part of a province-wide blitz to be held over the next couple of days, as police try to crack down on aggressive driving.

Operation Fall Frenzy hits the streets

Saskatoon police will bring Operation Fall Frenzy to the streets today.

It’s part of a two-day province-wide blitz cracking down on aggressive driving.

Police said in a news release that they will target several violations — including speeding, running red lights, failing to stop at stop signs, stunting and racing. 

The crack-down doesn’t end at the edge of the city. Saskatoon police said Fall Frenzy is inspired by a four-day national blitz called Operation Impact.

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