Government Figures Suggest Significant Rise in Drink-Driving

This is a significant rise from the 8,470 people in 2015, and is the highest number since 2012.

The figures, released by the Department of Transport (DfT), suggest that 9,050 people were killed or injured in a crash involving a drunk driver, in 2016. This is a significant rise from the 8,470 people in 2015, and is the highest number since 2012.

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