Flooded roads making driving dangerou...

Flooded roads making driving dangerous in Indiana

There are 1 comment on the Examiner.com story from Jan 13, 2013, titled Flooded roads making driving dangerous in Indiana. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

The flu isn't the only health and safety issue in Indiana. Flooding is now threatening the safety and welfare of those living in the state, where flooding kept emergency crews busy overnight and into Sunday morning.

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Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jan 20, 2013
Dr. Kathryn Loy Fletcher of Ball State Drove Drunk With Child in Her Car. She is a Fishers, Indiana resident. Charges: Fletcher, Kathryn Loy Citation StatuteLevelDate1. 9-30-5-3(a) (2)/FD: Operating Vehicle While Intoxicated; Passenger Under 18 Years of Age. C14651569-30-5-3(a)(2)Felony D04/05/20112. 9-30-5-2(a);(b)/ MA: Operating While Intoxicated Endangering a PersonC14651569-30-5-2(a);(b)M isdemeanor Class A04/05/20113. 9-30-5-1(a)/MC: Oper Veh w/ Alcohol Concentration Equivalent to at Least .08 but Less than .15C14651569-30-5-1(a)Misdemea nor Class C04/05/2011Events & Orders of the Court.

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