Driver almost four times over drink drive limit after A47 collision

PUBLISHED: 20:23 27 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:18 28 December 2017

A driver is breathalysed by a police officer . Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A driver is breathalysed by a police officer . Picture: ANTONY KELLY


A driver has been found to be nearly four times over the drink drive limit after a collision in Great Yarmouth.

Two vehicles were involved in the collision at the Vauxhall roundabout on the A47 but nobody was injured.

One driver has been arrested after blowing almost four times over the drink drive limit.

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