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Move Over and Stop for Emergency Vehicles

Any time lost getting to an emergency could mean the difference between life and death for those requiring assistance. As a driver, you can do your part to save lives.
When you see an emergency vehicle approaching with lights and sirens activated, by law, you must safely move to your right and stop allowing the vehicle to safely pass you. Failing to do so could not only result in a fine of $490, but it could also seriously impact the outcome of the emergency. 
Drivers can be charged if they don't slow down, or move over when safe to do so, near emergency vehicles or tow trucks that are stopped with sirens or lights flashing.

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