Driver arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after multi-vehicle collision in Wisbech
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A 46-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a multi-vehicle collision in Wisbech yesterday (Thursday, April 16).
Police officers attended the scene on Nene Parade at around 4pm after a black Peugeot collided with several parked vehicles, and no one was seriously hurt.
The woman, of Railway Road, Wisbech was taken to hospital for minor injuries before being taken to custody.
Writing on their Facebook page, a spokesperson for Policing Fenland said: “Officers attended a multi-vehicle collision on Nene Parade, Wisbech where a black Peugeot collided with a number of parked vehicles.
“The driver failed the roadside breath test by blowing 60, limit being 35. The driver was arrested on uspicion of drink driving and enquiries continue.”
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A Cambridgeshire police spokesman added: “She was taken into custody at the King’s Lynn Police Investigation Centre and has since been released under investigation.”
Anyone caught driving or attempting to drive whilst above the legal limit can land either six months in prison, an unlimited fine or a driving ban for at least one year.
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