PLANTATION — In advance of the upcoming Labor Day holiday, law enforcement agencies throughout the state and in South Florida are taking part in a nationwide crackdown on drunken and impaired driving. The Plantation Police Department is one of the agencies that will be conducting DUI saturation patrols for the 18-day period that began Friday and runs through Monday, Sept. 6. "Many people choose to celebrate with alcohol during the summer," said Plantation Police Sgt. Joe Gallignani in a statement from the agency. "Our goal is to apprehend impaired drivers in the area before they cause crashes," the statement said. Statewide, the Florida Highway Patrol is also taking part in the enhanced enforcement campaign called "Over the Limit, Under Arrest." According to FHP figures, 875 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes in 2009, including 29 who died during the official Labor Day holiday period.