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Mother and daughter hit each other's cars

Both women were drunk when driving vehicles.

Illustration stock photo(Source: TASR)

After drinking together, mother and daughter each went to their own cars and drove. They crashed at a road-crossing, informed the private broadcaster TV Markíza, however, they were not sure who crashed into whom.

“I didn’t crash into mum’s car, she crashed into me,” said the daughter, as cited by Markíza. Her mother did not agree.

The daughter’s breathalyse test showed 1.81 per ml, the mother’s 1.58 per ml. When asked if it is normal to drive drunk, the younger answered yes.

“In the east [of Slovakia], yes,” the daughter told Markíza. She stated that she had a strong cough and immediately had to get to the doctor.

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Both will probably be accused of endangering others due to being under the influence of narcotics. They could be sentenced to one year in a jail.

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