Authorities Stepping Up Enforcement During Storms
WESLACO – Weslaco police are stepping up safety and enforcement efforts in preparation for an impending storm.
Officers are working on 12-hour shifts to prep, says Weslaco Public Information Officer Eric Hernandez.
He stresses drivers should not cross barricades in flooded roads or they could face a $200 to $500 fine.
Watch the video above for more information.
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