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It left this Norfolk Road Police officer speechless

It left this Norfolk Road Police officer speechless

Published by Grace Mcgachy
6:02am 10th February 2019. (Updated at 7:45am 10th February 2019)

It left this Norfolk Road Police Officer speechless.

That was Sgt Chris Harris' response after a drink driver was arrested for being over FIVE times the limit in King's Lynn.

The man crashed into parked cars on Loke Road on Thursday (7th Feb).



It one of the highest alcohol levels that has been reported on in West Norfolk.

KLFM has worked with King's Lynn Police to raise awareness about the dangers of drink driving.

They shared this message with us:



The legal limit is 35ugs but drivers are reminded everyone reacts differently to alcohol in their system.

Things like being hungry and being stressed can also have an impact on reaction times behind the wheel after drinking.

So the advice is always never drink then drive.

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