TA police arrest record 47 drink-drivers in 2 days

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February 20, 2010 13:37

 
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Tel Aviv Police set a record for drunk-driving arrests this past Thursday and Friday, arresting 47 drunk drivers, the largest ever number of such arrests made over a weekend.

As part of their anti-drunk driving efforts, police also impounded 47 vehicles and suspended the licenses of 90 drivers.

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