Oregon DUI suspects that blood-alcohol content is 9 times higher than legal limit

A report stated that a drunken driver arrested last Wednesday in Oregon had a blood-alcohol level of 77.

Originally sought for hit-and-run in the city, 28-year-old Nathan Danzuka led police on a short chase in Madras. The smoking gun told, Citing police.

Reportedly, Danzuka was caught after crashing his Ford Explorer.

Authorities said they found “several alcoholic beverage containers” in Danzuka’s SUV.

The report states that Danzuka’s blood was taken to the hospital with his blood-alcohol .778.

Oregon’s legal BAC limit for drivers is .08.

Charges against DUIuka, who has a prior DUI huddle, are pending.

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