A drunken driver crashed into the back of a van at a red traffic light after a whole bottle of Prosco fell down – double the limit.
Chloe Harris, 23, was driving her Audi A1 inside the Sky Bar Burial When he ran to the back of the Renault van, he went to his friend’s house.
The driver of the van was left with a neck pain. Manchester Magistrates’ Court Have heard
Upon arriving at the officer’s scene, he realized that she was intoxicated because of her ‘blurred speech, her steady legs, and her shining eyes.’
The lowest reading per 100 milliliters of inhalation was 76 milligrams of alcohol – double the legal limit of 35 milligrams.
A sales representative pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol and was fined 500 500 by Manchester JPs.
Prosecutor Tina Kunne told the court that a road accident occurred at the confluence of Angolium Road and Manchester Road in Beverly on June 14 this year.
“Defendant collided with a Renault van, causing the driver some pain and neck pain,” he said.
“The police attended and talking to her made it clear that she was drunk.
“She was blurring her speech, her feet were firm and her eyes were shining.
“The driver of the van was stationary at a red traffic light and there was a passenger in the defendant’s car.”
Ms Kana Nin added that Harris provided a positive sample of her breath by the side of the road and was taken to the police station where she was given two more readings of at least 76 milligrams of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath. ۔
The legal limit is 35 mg.
In his police interview, he told officers he had been to the Rambatum Cricket Club and then to the Beverly Skybar.
She said she left and was on her way to a friend’s house when she collided with a van.
He confirmed that he had drunk a whole bottle of Presco, and when asked if it might be too much, he said “no”.
It was said that Harris had no previous punishment.
When Harris was not present, he told the court: “First of all, I want to apologize – this is completely wrong for me.
“I have been driving for five years and had a perfectly clean driving license.
“It really was just a mistake.”
Hole, of Noel Hill View, was fined 500 500 and ordered to pay 50 victim-affected surcharges and 85 85 court costs.
He was also disqualified from driving for 19 months.
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