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Police to issue ice cream ‘tickets’ for bike safety

Jun 01, 2017 06:43AM ● Published by Samantha Sciarrotta

Every year, individuals are killed or seriously injured while riding their bicycles. According to the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety, head trauma is the most serious injury and most common cause of death among bicyclists.

According to a Bordentown Township Police Department press release, New Jersey, anyone under the age of 17 is required to wear an approved helmet when cycling, roller-skating or skateboarding. Injuries can happen anywhere, including parks, bike paths and driveways so anyone and everyone riding a bicycle should wear a helmet.

In order to promote safe riding, the Bordentown Township Police Department has partnered with the Bordentown Creamery to issue “tickets” to children observed wearing their helmets while riding bicycles, scooters and skateboards. These tickets can be redeemed for a small water ice or small soft serve ice cream from the Bordentown Creamery.

This program kicked off on Memorial Day weekend and run until the end of the summer season.
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