Dyfed Powys Police Assistant Chief Constable Pam Kelly
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Euro 2016: 'Support Wales but don't drink and drive'

A police crackdown on drivers under the influence of drink and drugs is being launched on Friday to coincide with the start of Euro 2016.

Officers expect to stop thousands of motorists in Wales as part of the campaign which runs until 10 July.

Wales' first game is on Saturday against Slovakia in Bordeaux.

Dyfed-Powys Police Assistant Chief Constable Pam Kelly advised people to plan ahead, saying there was "no excuse" to drive under the influence.

"We absolutely want people to have a great time and to support Wales," she said.

"What am I asking people to do is make a choice; they should either drink or drive, they should never do both."

  • 10 Jun 2016
  • From the section Wales
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