The town of Carcastillo was celebrating religious festivities when on Saturday, a neighbour called the police saying that “several people were getting in a vehicle influenced by alcoholic beverages”, the local police told Euronews.
All travellers were fined 200 euros for not wearing a seatbelt, plus an additional three points deduction for the male driver and a complaint about the excessive number of people in the car.
The vehicle has now been impounded.
Although the driver’s condition may show disrespect for traffic regulations, the number of car-related deaths in the Spanish region of Navarra stands as low as it’s ever been.
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