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Wisconsin State Patrol enforcing from the sky Sunday in Door County

If you are driving on Highway 57 in Door County this weekend, you might want to take note that there will be “eyes in the skies” watching you and enforcing the traffic laws.  Weather permitting, the Wisconsin State Patrol’s Air Support Unit is scheduled to keep an eye out for traffic violations in Door County along State Highway 57 on Sunday for about four hours.


The aerial enforcement crackdown is an effort to enhance public safety, with the pilot radioing down to ground-based patrol cars to initiate a traffic stop.  The air patrol can spot drivers who are speeding or driving recklessly more easily from the sky. 


 The weeklong mission by the State Patrol will begin in Manitowoc County on Interstate 43 on Tuesday, Fond du Lac County on Wednesday on I-41, Oneida County on US 51 on Friday, and I-43 again on Saturday in Walworth County.  


(photo courtesy of Wisconsin State Patrol)

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