Sunday, 23 October 2011 23:06
For a month tests were taken on weekends, Colina and Ñuñoa were the worst offenders.
Chile’s latest program to combat drunk driving through mobile breathalyzer vans has confirmed the government’s worst fears. Fifty percent of all the drivers tested during the program’s first month were either driving under the influence of alcohol or legally drunk, according to results from the National Service for Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Rehabilitation (Senda).Photo by USAGYongsan/Flickr. Login to read more.
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Juan Francisco Veloso Olguin
22-year-old Juan Francisco is originally from Santiago, moved to England back in 2002. He completed his higher education at the University of Hull in June 2011 with a BA in English Literature with Creative writing. When he saw that the Santiago Times were taking interns, he decided to apply.