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WSP unveils next-generation breath test instrument

 


The Washington State Patrol unveiled the next-generation of breath testing instruments designed to help remove impaired drivers from the streets and highways of Washington.

The Patrol has spent nearly four years making sure the Draeger Alcotest 9510 instruments would be ready to fit into an already effective program of DUI enforcement.

“This is another step in our agency’s long-standing effort to remove dangerously impaired drivers from our state’s highways,” said Chief John R. Batiste. “We’ve made great strides toward our goal of zero annual traffic fatalities, and this device will help move the needle even further.”

The Draeger instruments will replace the National Patent...



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