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May 22, 2015 - Remember Those Who Served
Updated On: Jun 04, 2015

May 22, 2015

The Officers, Executive Board and Staff of IBEW Local 21 would like to wish all of our members a safe and happy Memorial Day. 

As we spend time with our friends and family this weekend we should remember why we celebrate the holiday; let’s also not forget those who have served, are currently serving, and those with family members who are in our military, especially those from our IBEW family. We thank all of them for protecting our freedoms.


Be Safe This Holiday

The National Safety Council released its estimates of fatalities from traffic crashes for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, they estimate 383 traffic fatalities and another 46,300 medically consulted injuries may occur over the traditional summer kick-off weekend from motor vehicle collisions. It is estimated that 140 lives may be saved Memorial Day Weekend because of people wearing their seat belts.

To ensure a safe Memorial Day holiday weekend, NSC recommends drivers:

  • Reduce your speed. More speeding-related fatalities occur during the summer months than any other time of year.
  • Refrain from using cell phones or devices – hands-free or handheld – when driving. Don’t text and drive.
  • Place children in age-appropriate safety seats.
  • Don’t Drink and Drive! Designate a sober driver or take alternate transportation. Impairment begins with the first drink.

Find out more about how you can have a safe holiday by clicking here.

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