Twenty five percent rise UK drink drive fatalities

Provisional figures show 290 people died in an alcohol-related accidents in 2012, 60 people more than 2011. VoR's Scott Craig spoke to Kevin Clinton, head of road safety at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, about people's drinking habits and other factors involved in the rise in fatalities. The death toll is still lower than it was four years ago.

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