Drunk driver who tested 9 times the legal limit, believed to be a record, to spend over a year in prison

(The AEGIS Alliance) – A man in Oregon who tested at a blood-alcohol level of 0.778 after he was taken to a medical center following him crashing his SUV back in February is going to spend thirteen months behind bars.

According to The Smoking Gun, Nathan Danzuka, that drove with a suspended license during his effort to elude the cops that got foiled by a cement barricade, additionally had his driving privileges permanently revoked.

Police had been pursuing Danzuka for his involvement with a hit-and-run about 125 miles away from Portland. Several alcoholic drink containers had been discovered inside the 28-year-old male suspect’s crashed automobile, police said.

This apparently hadn’t been the first time Danzuka was convicted of drunk driving.

A woman in Oregon that tested at a 0.72 had held the prior record since 2007. The legal blood-alcohol level limit is 0.08, The Smoking Gun reported.

Be a safe driver, not a dangerous drunk driver.

Kyle James Lee – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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