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Be safe on the water this Labor Day weekend, DWR cautions

The Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources is reminding all boaters to stay safe and sober this last weekend of summer, and always wear a life jacket while on the water.

“Recreational boating and paddlesports activities are enjoyed by individuals and families across the country,” said Paige Pearson, DWR Public Information Officer. “To ensure that everyone is safe out on the water, we will be out to assist in educating operators and passengers on the dangers associated with boating while impaired. We also will be reminding them of other safe boating practices, such as wearing a life jacket and enrolling in a boater education course. DWR wants everyone to have a great end to the summer on the water, and to do that boaters must remain sober and alert while underway.”

The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm warning and a flood watch throughout the commonwealth, so DWR urges everyone to use extra precaution this week and weekend. Conservation Police Officers have ...

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