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Are drink drive campaigns working?

Tue, 06 Jan 2015


Getting behind the wheel after using drugs and alcohol can have very serious consequences.

That's the stark message from the Chief Constable - who says two of the last three fatal road collisions have involved some element of intoxication.


It follows yesterday's news that a 27-year old Ramsey man who died on the 28th December had Class A drugs and alcohol in his system when he lost control of his car on the Kirk Michael to Ballaugh Road.  

Gary Roberts explains why police campaign messages aren't always getting through: 


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