The Florida Highway Patrol will have as many as 200 additional troopers on state roads over the July Fourth holiday weekend starting Saturday.
Officials say that all personnel normally doing administrative duties will be on patrol tomorrow through Monday.
During the 72-hour July Fourth weekend last year, 25 people were killed in Florida crashes. The FHP says half of the crashes were alcohol-related.
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