Woman crashes car into school bus

DGT introduces zero alcohol rate with new Traffic Law. image: guardia civil trafico

A WOMAN, 42, has been charged with a crime against road safety after she crashed into a school bus while four times over the legal alcohol limit in Guadalajara.

Guardia Civil from the Traffic Department reported that the accident took place in the morning on the N-320 road, when the woman’s car crashed into a school bus carrying 45 children to the Torrejon del Rey secondary school.

The children were unharmed in the accident.

When the Guardia Civil officers arrived, they gave the woman a breathalyser test and found her to be four times over the limit and she was charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol.

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