By Euro Weekly News Media • 12 August 2013 • 7:00
Drink driving figures for Murcia revealed
FORMER Velez-Malaga Mayor Antonio Souviron has been charged for alleged drink-driving following an accident with a Guardia Civil traffic officer. Souviron was stopped after he illegally overtook a Guardia Civil traffic officer on the MA-20 road next to the Plaza Mayor shopping centre.
He then pulled over and, for reasons unknown, his car slowly started to move until it allegedly hit the Guardia Civil officer’s motorbike. The officer, who apparently suffered a minor injury to his back, called a support unit which carried out the breath test on Souviron.
The test revealed the ex-mayor supposedly produced a 0.39ml level of alcohol per litre of air breathed out, when the maximum allowed is 0.25ml. It is expected that Souviron will soon appear before a court for a quick trial, according to sources.
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