Drink drive collision

NO one was injured in a traffic smash that was allegedly the fault of a drink driver. A Holden ute, driven by a male, 48, collided with a blue Ford four-wheel drive, driven by a female, 44, about 6pm on Thursday.

Police said both vehicles had been travelling north on Duke St. The Holden was following the Ford and as they both approached the roundabout at Pine St the Holden failed to stop and crashed into the Ford.The Holden driver was breath-tested and had an alleged BAC of .74%.

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