Drink-driver who caused two crashes in 15 minutes at the wheel of a 7.5-ton road sweeper is jailed

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A DRINK-driver in a 7.5-ton road sweeper caused two crashes in 15 minutes. Ariel Babiarz, 29, first lost control as he headed back to his yard along a narrow road. Babiarz, who had drunk a litre of rum the night before, hit a red Volkswagen Lupo — flipping it over on the B6480 in High […]
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