Wrecking, DUI tests to be enforced around CPL semis & finals

The Police Service says it will be observing strict traffic and security arrangements for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) semi-final match on Friday, and the final on Sunday, which are both scheduled to take place at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy.

Motorists are being advised that there will be no parking allowed on the Solomon Hochoy Highway, from the Gasparillo Overpass to the Ste. Madeleine/Corinth Overpass.

Police say wrecking in this area will be in full effect and vehicles found in breach of the parking restriction, would be towed to the impound lot, at Coosals Compound, Brian Lara Link Road, Gasparillo.

Police say ‘Sober Zones’ will be located at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, where persons can have their alcohol levels tested.

DUI enforcement exercises will be carried out on both days of the event.

The statement by the police says that while, there will be a large contingent of police officers present, both in uniform and plainclothes, motorists are reminded to properly secure their vehicles and to avoid leaving valuables in their vehicles when parked.

They are urging members of the public to obey all instructions and directions given by officers, as they work to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience at the matches.