Dead Drunk Driving

Police in Lithuania were astonished by breath test results that showed a
driver to be 18 times over the legal alcohol limit. They assumed the
device was broken, but further tests confirmed that the 41-year-old man
registered 7.27 grams per liter of alcohol in his blood. Medical experts
say anything above 3.5 grams per liter of alcohol in the blood is lethal
for most people. “This guy should have been lying dead, but he was still
driving,†said Saulius Skvernelis, director of the national
police traffic control service. “It must be an
unofficial national record.”

18 x .10 = 8.00

May 23, 2006

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