November 28, 2020

Cayman Islands police continue to warn public of dangers of drunk driving ahead of Pirate’s Week

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From RCIPS

Since last Friday there have been 6 arrests for DUI; in two of these cases, the blood alcohol content of the driver was over twice the legal limit. In one case the level was 0.254%.

of the says, “Having members of the public choose to operate vehicles at this level of intoxication is very concerning to us. A serious accident is almost inevitable in such cases.”

The driver with a blood alcohol content of 0.254% was arrested after his car ran off the road.

Going into next weekend’s Pirate’s Week festivities, the RCIPS would like to warn the public to be responsible when it comes to alcohol, and to make alternate arrangements for transportation, including designated drivers.

IMAGE: The Wilsons PW Father & sons

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