Reading of .215 highest result during Wagga Beach alcohol study – Daily Advertiser


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Reading of .215 highest result during Wagga Beach alcohol study
Daily Advertiser
A visitor to Wagga Beach had a blood alcohol reading of .215 when breathalysed by researchers who were investigating a link between alcohol and drowning. A study, which was partly conducted in Wagga, has found 16 per cent of swimmers – or about one ...
One in six river swimmers intoxicatedSBS


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