HARRISBURG – PennDOT, PA State Police, and the PA DUI Association gathered with local police and victim’s advocates in the DUI Victims’ Memorial Garden to urge motorists to celebrate responsibly ahead of the upcoming Labor Day holiday. The garden, dedicated in October 2003, is located in front of the PA DUI Association’s headquarters in Harrisburg and honors Pennsylvanians killed in impaired driving crashes. Currently, over 2,200 people are memorialized in the garden. According to PennDOT, in 2020 there were 2,698 crashes resulting in 39 fatalities statewide over the Labor Day holiday. 231 crashes resulting in 12 fatalities were alcohol-related and 104 crashes resulting in three fatalities were drug-related. PA has about 225 Drug Recognition Experts or specially trained officers who look for impaired drivers and assist in DUI investigations. State Police and local municipal agencies will be conducting impaired driving enforcement details during the upcoming holiday.