Officers Cracking Down On Drunk Driving
By Gavin Johnson, WCJB TV20 News
Toxicology results reveal that a 20-year old UF student who died in a single car accident was intoxicated.
Officers with the Gainesville Police Department say Pamela Frank's blood alcohol level was .226. Frank died back in early November after losing control of her SUV on Northwest 34th Street.
Police also say 23-year Eric Boyce, who hit a bicyclist at the intersection of 13th Street and West University back in October was also intoxicated. There have been five fatal car crashes involving alcohol in Gainesville this year. And they want drivers to be more aware of the dangers, especially during the holidays. Sgt. Joe Raulerson, says "There are business parties out there. personal parties, you have to be responsible, we need people to take personal responsibility and have responsible parties if that's what they choose to do." Raulerson also says, there is an investigation to see where frank was coming from, when her vehicle crashed
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