Drink driver caught going wrong way down the road

PUBLISHED: 08:57 24 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:07 24 June 2018

PC Rod Morrison said he caught a drink a driver going down the wrong side of the road in West Walton, near Wisbech. Picture: PC ROD MORRISON

PC Rod Morrison said he caught a drink a driver going down the wrong side of the road in West Walton, near Wisbech. Picture: PC ROD MORRISON

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A police officer who stopped a drink driver going down the wrong side of the road said: “It was a miracle he hadn’t crashed or hurt anyone.”

PC Rod Morrison said he caught a drink a driver going down the wrong side of the road in West Walton, near Wisbech. Picture: PC ROD MORRISONPC Rod Morrison said he caught a drink a driver going down the wrong side of the road in West Walton, near Wisbech. Picture: PC ROD MORRISON

Downham Market-based Response PC Rod Morrison Tweeted during the early hours of Sunday (June 24) that he had stopped the car in Lynn Road, West Walton, near Wisbech.

“Driver was driving wrong side of the road,” he wrote. “On stopping him he initially blew 94 at roadside and lower reading of 80 in custody.

“He also had no licence and no insurance, glad to get him off the road.”

In a later Tweet he wrote: “It was a miracle he hadn’t crashed or hurt anyone.”

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