200 alleged drunk drivers arrested in KZN

2016-03-28 14:30
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Durban – A total of 200 drivers were arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in KwaZulu-Natal over the weekend, the provincial transport department said on Monday.

Over 70 000 drivers were pulled over and tested, spokesperson Nathi Sukazi said.

Another 30 people were caught without a valid driver’s licence during a roadbloack on the N3 near the Mariannhill toll plaza on Monday morning.

A number of vehicles had no licence plates, or the licence plates had been tampered with.

Over 2000 vehicles per hour had been leaving the province as the Easter weekend came to an end.

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