BEIJING China (Xinhua) --
Chinese police will be on the streets in numbers
to crack down on those driving under the influence of alcohol or
drugs during the month-long 2018 FIFA World Cup, which will
The traffic control
bureau of the Ministry of Public Security on Wednesday alerted
soccer fans to the risks of driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs after matches, and vowed zero tolerance and
severe punishment on violators.
Driving under the
influence of alcohol was blamed for 459 traffic accidents with
casualties during the 2014 World Cup, leaving 191 dead and 482
injured, figures from the ministry show.