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If You Had Some Beer, Don’t Put It In Gear!

A drunk driver has no recollection of a hit and run accident which left a woman dead. The woman stopped at the State Police barracks in Andover, MA to pick up a police report for a minor accident involving her husband. As she was returning to her vehicle, the 30-year-old woman was struck by the drunk driver. The driver then struck the woman’s vehicle in which her mother was a passenger. As he attempted to flee the scene of the accident, the victim’s mother ran into the barracks to call for help. When the drunk driver was apprehended by police, he had no recollection of the accident. He allegedly told a trooper, “Did I hit somebody? A pedestrian? I don’t remember.” After failing three sobriety tests, the man admitted to having a few beers at a friend’s house. The woman was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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Remember, all of us are responsible for our actions and all of us must face the consequences of those actions. Your actions can and do affect others; serious auto accidents are usually preventable. Don’t make careless decisions. Act responsibly; drive responsibly!