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szdaily -> Shenzhen
DUI bridegroom detained
    2017-October-9  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A MAN surnamed Jiang was caught driving under the influence of alcohol Friday, on the eve of his wedding ceremony.

The driver, a self-employed man and boss of a logistics company, was detained by police on the suspicion of drunk driving in Xixiang Subdistrict, Bao’an District at 10:50 p.m.

A blood test showed his blood alcohol content reached 89.97 milligrams per 100 milliliters, exceeding the legal standard of 80 milligrams per 100 milliliters.

Before he was caught, Jiang had been entertaining relatives and friends who had come from other cities to Shenzhen for his wedding to be held Saturday. Jiang was driving his car to his home, which wasn’t far away.

During the National Day holiday, dozens of drivers were held in detention for driving under the influence of alcohol, including two drivers who had been involved in road rage that led to a three-car collision.

On Oct. 1, Longgang police received a report of a three-car collision on Fenghuang Boulevard.

One driver, surnamed Chen, was under the influence of alcohol and had a quarrel with another driver whose car had blocked his way home.

During the quarrel, the other driver, Lin, backed his car up and hit Chen’s car before trying to escape. Chen began to pursue and collided with Lin’s car, which hit another car.

Blood tests showed Lin’s alcohol content had reached 125.08 milligrams per 100 milliliters, while Chen’s level reached 40.19 milligrams per 100 milliliters. The two drivers were both detained.

On Wednesday, a driver surnamed Yin was under the influence of alcohol and began a quarrel for no reason when his car cut in front of a driver surnamed Li, who was waiting for a red light at an intersection in Longgang District.

A pedestrian, who later reported the incident to the police, had also been beaten by Yin for no reason.

A blood test showed Yin’s alcohol content reached 289.58 milligrams per 100 milliliters, more than three times the legal limit. Yin was also driving without a license after buying a fake license for 8,000 yuan (US$1,206).

In another development, traffic police handled 348 violations in eight days during the National Day holiday.

Of all the cases, 43 were related to unlicensed bus operation and 73 app-based vehicles were found to be operating illegally. Seven taxis were found to be unlicensed and six vehicles registered outside of Shenzhen were found operating in the city.

(Han Ximin)

 

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