Drunk Driving and Speeding Cost More than Citations
WSFA:The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency stopped a teenager in Pike Road for driving well over 100 mph on Wednesday night.
Officers from the department said they later discovered the driver had been drinking, and they said this is one of many cases where drinking and speeding have yielded serious consequences.
Cpl. Jesse Thornton said 40 percent of the accidents they respond to involve drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol.