Ledbury Resident Louise Clayton Banned for Drunk Driving After Cider-Related Crash

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Ledbury Woman Receives Driving Ban for Drink-Driving Incident

Louise Clayton, a resident of Ledbury, received a 16-month ban on driving following an alcohol-induced accident in the vicinity of Weston’s Cider. According to our sources, Clayton had 73 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of her breath during the crash, more than double the legal limit of 35mcg.

The Accident Incident

The collision occurred at The Bounds, a location off How Caple Road, Much Marcle. Clayton was driving her orange Honda Jazz when it crashed into another vehicle. The court later revealed that she had consumed three litres of cider before the mishap.

Personal and Legal Repercussions

Despite this being her first offence and her expressed regret, Clayton was not let off lightly by the Hereford Magistrates Court. She was slapped with a fine of £120. In addition, she was ordered to pay £135 for court costs and a £48 victim surcharge.

  • Louise Clayton, banned for driving for 16 months in drink-driving incident
  • The incident was caused after she had consumed three litres of cider
  • Clayton was fined £120, with additional court costs of £135 and a victim surcharge of £48

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the severe consequences that may ensue when people drink and drive, endangering not only themselves but also others on the road. Clayton will now face the repercussions of her actions for the next 16 months, showing that no one is immune to the law when it comes to the serious offence of drink-driving.

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