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Investigated A Truck Driver In Barcelona

Investigated a truck driver in Barcelona for exceeding 10 times the allowed alcohol rate.

The Urban Guard detains the driver, who has already been criminally denounced, for driving through the Verneda neighborhood with a backlight out.

The Urban Guard has opened an investigation after arresting the driver of a truck that was circulating with an alcohol level of 1.44 milligrams per liter of expired air on Thursday, a figure that is almost ten times higher than that allowed for drivers of this type vehicular. As explained by the Barcelona Urban Guard, the events took place this Thursday night in the Verneda neighborhood.

A patrol observed that the vehicle was circulating with a burned-out taillight, for which it ordered the vehicle to stop and the driver was given a breathalyzer test, which has already been reported.

According to the regulations of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) , the driver has committed a criminal offense (exceeding an alcohol level of 0.60 milligrams per liter in exhaled air or 1.2 grams per liter in blood) and faces a prison sentence of three to six months, or a fine of six to twelve months, or work for the benefit of the community of 31 to 90 days and, in either case, the withdrawal of one’s driving license to four years .
Investigated a truck driver in Barcelona for exceeding 10 times the allowed alcohol rate.

The Urban Guard detains the driver, who has already been criminally denounced, for driving through the Verneda neighborhood with a backlight out.

The Urban Guard has opened an investigation after arresting the driver of a truck that was circulating with an alcohol level of 1.44 milligrams per liter of expired air on Thursday, a figure that is almost ten times higher than that allowed for drivers of this type vehicular. As explained by the Barcelona Urban Guard, the events took place this Thursday night in the Verneda neighborhood.

A patrol observed that the vehicle was circulating with a burned-out taillight, for which it ordered the vehicle to stop and the driver was given a breathalyzer test, which has already been reported.

According to the regulations of the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) , the driver has committed a criminal offense (exceeding an alcohol level of 0.60 milligrams per liter in exhaled air or 1.2 grams per liter in blood) and faces a prison sentence of three to six months, or a fine of six to twelve months, or work for the benefit of the community of 31 to 90 days and, in either case, the withdrawal of one’s driving license to four years .

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