He caused a traffic accident under the influence of alcohol

He caused a traffic accident under the influence of alcohol
He caused a traffic accident under the influence of alcohol

Police of the Czech Republic – KŘP Liberec region

JABLONECKO – Drinking alcohol in the evening, when you have to get behind the wheel in the morning, is definitely not worth it. This morning’s traffic accident is just proof of that.

Today at 7:30 a.m., there was a traffic accident in Smržovka in Hlavní street on road number 14. The driver of a VW Transporter was driving in the direction from the city center to Tanvald, where he failed to keep a safe distance from the Dacia Logan in front of the bakery, whose driver was turning right. The driver of the VW Transporter crashed into the Dacia from behind. Fortunately, no one was injured in this collision. However, the police officers performed a breath test on the driver of the VW Transporter and measured the alcohol content in his breath at 0.70 parts per million. This driver agreed with the measured value and told the police that he had drunk a total of five twelve-degree beers between 7 and 10 p.m. last night. The police subsequently seized his driver’s license on the spot. The result of the breath test of the driver of the second car was negative. Police officers from the Traffic Inspectorate in Jablonec nad Nisou continue to investigate all the circumstances of the incident.

In connection with this traffic accident, we warn all drivers who know that they will have to get behind the wheel of a vehicle in the morning to very responsibly consider the consumption of alcohol in the evening and at night. So be aware of all the risks and consequences that your possible irresponsibility can cause you in this regard!

for example Dagmar Sochorová
press spokesperson, KŘP Liberec region

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