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Erica Dischino / Tribune Drivers move a sign into the curb Wednesday off North Business 71 for the Move Over campaign demonstration in Willmar.1 / 3
Erica Dischino / Tribune Drivers move past the tow trucks Wednesday that lined North Business 71 in Willmar for the Move Over campaign demonstration to raise awareness for the Move Over Law. It requires drivers, when driving on a road with two lanes or more, to move over and stay one full lane away from stopped emergency vehicles. 2 / 3
Erica Dischino / Tribune Tow trucks line North Business 71 for the Move Over campaign demonstration Wednesday in Willmar. The Move Over Law in Minnesota requires drivers, when driving on a road with two lanes or more, to stay one full lane away from stopped emergency vehicles with flashing lights activated, including ambulance, fire, law enforcement, maintenance, construction vehicles and tow trucks.3 / 3

WILLMAR - Tow truck drivers wanted drivers to slow down and move over Wednesday evening during the Move Over campaign demonstration on North Business 71 in Willmar.

The Move Over Law in Minnesota requires drivers, when driving on a road with two lanes or more, to keep over one full lane away from stopped emergency vehicles with flashing lights activated including ambulance, fire, law enforcement, maintenance, construction vehicles and tow trucks.

The trucks drove from the former Kandi Entertainment Center lot to outside Robbins Island Park to draw driver attention to the state law.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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