The Davidson Volunteer Fire Department will be combating more than just fires in the community between Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. They're looking to take on a major concern in the province by working to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the roads.

Davidson residents do not have access to public transit or taxi service, increasing the chances of residents driving after having consumed alcohol. Firefighters will be offering free rides home from weddings and other outings to residents, taking them home in their own vehicle rather than letting them drive themselves.

Just last month, SGI is reporting 375 impaired driving offences in the province.


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