Drink driving capital of the county
More drivers from South Holland have been involved in crashes after drinking booze or using drugs than anywhere else in Lincolnshire, shocking new figures reveal.
Over the period 2012-2016, the number of people from South Holland who were either at the wheel or casualties in crashes was more than double the national average and over 15 per cent above the level for Lincolnshire’s other six districts.
We’re now seeing an increase in the number of younger drivers arrested for driving offences involving drink or drugs
The alarming figures were unveiled at the first-ever Lincolnshire Roads Summit in Grantham on Friday, hosted by Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones.