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Drunkest Driver Ever?!?!

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Oregon woman nine times over state blood alcohol content limit


JANUARY 10--In what may be the most extreme drunk driving case ever, an Oregon woman was arrested last month with a .72 blood alcohol level--nine times the state's legal limit. Terri Comer, 42, was arrested after she was discovered unconscious in her car, which sheriff's deputies found running and in a snow bank on a highway in Klamath County on December 28. After breaking a car window, firemen removed the comatose Comer from her vehicle and transported her to a local hospital, where a blood draw revealed the .72 BAC. She was reportedly hospitalized for a day before being released. Comer is pictured below in a 2006 mug shot snapped after a prior drunk driving arrest. In that case, her BAC was recorded in the relatively minor .3 range. In November, another Oregon woman, Meagan Harper, was nabbed for drunk driving with an extreme BAC. In her case, Harper's BAC was measured at .55. Comer's .72 edges out what TSG has previously identified as the highest BAC we've ever seen. That fallen record (.69) was held by Willard Ashley III, an Indiana man who was busted in October 2003.






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holy shit she must have been drunk... especially since she had slept it off for a while being passed out and shit... bitch must have been up above a .80 when she was driving...

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i dont know how to feel about this, it should be a man with this record not some dust smoking white bitch

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Bulgarian doctors tested a man's blood-alcohol level five times before accepting it was 0.914 – nearly twice the amount considered to be life-threatening.


The 67-year-old man landed in hospital on Dec. 20 after a car knocked him off his feet in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, police and doctors said Tuesday.


A breath test indicated blood-alcohol levels so high that police thought their equipment was broken, because the man remained conscious and talked with them.


The head of Plovdiv police, Col. Angel Rangelov, said five separate lab tests taken the same day confirmed the man's blood-alcohol level of 0.914.


A blood-alcohol level of 0.55 is considered potentially fatal.


In comparison, the Bulgarian man's level was more than 11 times higher than the legal blood-alcohol limit for drivers in Canada, which is 0.08.


The man, who has not been identified, was reported to be in stable condition after being treated for head injuries.

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