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Derbyshire M1 999 call driver 'forgot he was drunk'

BBC News Monday, 18 March 2019
Derbyshire M1 999 call driver 'forgot he was drunk'He rang police to report another driver involved in a crash was drunk, but was over the limit himself.
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