ECHO DUI billboards one year later: Has the public gotten the message?

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By Brian Garner

It was a little more than a year ago that billboards showing the combined might of the law enforcement partners of the ECHO (Empowering Communities for Healthy Outcomes) DUI task force were revealed at some locations around Chester County. The question is, has the public got the message?

As far as Hazel Pittman Center Prevention Director Melody Reid and ECHO Coordinator Elizabeth Rowe are concerned, yes they have. But even though the message has gotten out, the number of traffic fatalities (many which can be linked to DUI) has gone up.

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