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New Year Party Warning
7:01am 31st December 2011
There is a New Year party warning from police in Cornwall.
They say one drink too many can can change a great night into a nightmare.
Extra patrols will be on the streets. Everyone involved in a crash will be breathalysed.
Inspector Richard Pryce said, "It makes the roads a very dangerous place to be if you're behind the wheel and you're not in a fit state to be driving a vehicle. Realistically it's only those that it touches that really appreciate what the devastating human consequences can be."
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