Drunk driving: doctor held

2014-10-28 00:00

A MEDICAL doctor was allegedly involved in a drunk driving accident at the weekend.

The accident left two people injured and one man in a critical condition.

According to a paramedic and a police source who cannot be named as they are not authorised to speak to the press, the doctor was allegedly drunk when he collided with the other car.

The doctor was transporting two passengers when his car collided with a blue Polo.

Upon impact, the driver of the Polo was ejected from the vehicle as it crashed through a shop window on Prince Alfred Street early on Saturday morning.

The source said one of the cars was driving on the wrong side of the road when the head-on collision took place.

Cases of driving under the influence and reckless and negligent driving have been opened.

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