Drink Driver Arrested In Dungannon

Police have once again hit out at those who get behind the wheel after drinking after footage emerged of an incident in County Tyrone.

The video posted on Thursday shows a blue Volkswagen Golf driving on the Granville Road in Dungannon, swerving across the road and coming close to colliding with other motorists.

A man was later arrested for drink driving and police took to social media to slam his actions.
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"We are sick and tired of arresting drink drivers in this district on a daily basis," the post reads.

"We regularly say, 'Another potential killer off the roads' it may appear to be a sound bite, but watch this footage filmed by one of you guys from Mondays drink driver arrest on the Granville Road and you'll see exactly what we mean.

"This has to stop, everyone has a role to play, us, you and the courts.

"The stigmatising of drink drivers urgently needs to be ramped up within families and amongst friends.

"Lets get the roads cleaned of these selfish individuals."


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