Güzelyurt-Lefke anayolunda alkollü sürücü dehşet saçtı
Polis Basın Subaylığı’ndan verilen bilgiye göre dün akṣam saat 22:50 raddelerinde, Güzelyurt-Lefke Anayolu üzeri Güneşköy mevkiinde, Orkem YAZGIN (E-30),159 Mlgr alkollü içki tesiri altında yönetimindeki NU 358 plakalı araç ile Güzelyurt istikametine doğru seyrettiği sırada dikkatsizliği sonucu direksiyon hakimiyetini kaybederek yolun sağ kısmından çıkarak yol kenarında bulunan ve narenciye bahçesini çevreleyen hasır çitlere ardından da narenciye ağacına çarpıp takla atmıştır.
Kaza sonucu yaralanan Orkem YAZGIN kaldırılmış olduğu Lefkoşa Devlet Hastanesi Acil Servisi’nde müşahede altına alınmıştır.
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On the evening of August 16, a drunk driver caused havoc on the Güzelyurt-Lefke highway. Eyewitnesses reported that the driver was swerving in and out of lanes, almost hitting multiple oncoming vehicles. The nightmare continued for several kilometers until the perpetrator finally crashed into a roadside barrier.
The police were quick to respond to the scene and arrested the drunk driver. Thankfully, there were no reported injuries, but the potential for a tragic outcome was high. It is moments like these that remind us of the importance of responsible driving and the dangers of drink driving.
Drink driving is one of the leading causes of road accidents worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 1.35 million people die each year due to road traffic crashes, with alcohol being a contributing factor in almost one-third of all cases. These statistics are worrying, and more needs to be done to prevent drink driving.
In North Cyprus, strict laws are in place to deter drink driving. The limit for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 50mg per 100ml of blood, and anyone caught driving above this limit will face severe penalties. These penalties can include fines, license suspension, and even imprisonment.
It is the responsibility of every individual to take measures to prevent drink driving. This can include using designated drivers, taking public transport, or limiting alcohol consumption if you are driving. It is essential to recognize the risks of drink driving, not only to yourself but to other road users.
In conclusion, the incident on the Güzelyurt-Lefke highway is a stark reminder of the dangers of drink driving. We should all take responsibility for our actions on the road and make a conscious effort to promote safe driving practices. Remember, it only takes one mistake to cause a life-threatening accident. So be responsible, stay sober, and arrive alive.