April 14, 2011
WIBQ reports police are indicating a Terre Haute auto accident is being blamed on prescription drugs.
A car was seen driving off the road into a field in the Terre Haute auto accident. While in the field, the driver drove in and out of utility poles before he drove back on the road. Police officers then tried to pull over the driver. The driver did not stop and ended up running into a telephone box in the Terre Haute auto accident.
After the Terre Haute auto accident, the driver told police officers that he took 80 Xanax pills at work before he left.
The driver was taken to a local hospital after the Terre Haute auto accident.
Do you think drivers that drive under the influence of prescription drugs should be held in the same regard as drunk drivers?
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