Wisconsin DOT issues warning for distraught Packers fans

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is looking ahead to Super Sunday. The agency is warning distraught Packers fans that if they have to drown their sorrows over not being in the Super Bowl to make sure they don’t drink and drive.
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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is looking ahead to Super Sunday. The agency is warning distraught Packers fans that if they have to drown their sorrows over not being in the Super Bowl to make sure they don’t drink and drive.

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