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The Union-Recorder

Police across Georgia will be looking for drivers not wearing their seat belts as motorists travel for the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Governor's Office of Highway Safety said a seat belt crackdown will start Monday. More than 500 law enforcement agencies in the state are expected to participate.

Dougherty County Police Lt. Thomas Jackson said drivers should slow down, not drink alcohol and wear their seat belts.

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