Police speak of drink drive consequences

By Ross Findon

Wednesday, December 11, 2013



THE POLICE officers, called to the scene of the collision that claimed the life of Isle of Wight youngster Evey Staley, has spoken of the fatal consequences of drink-driving.

Evey was killed by a crash caused by a driver who had been drinking and smoking cannabis and her story has been at the heart of a police campaign to tackle impaired driving.

As part of that campaign, a series of videos have been released this week, looking at the impact of the tragedy surrounding Evey's death, aged ten.

Following YouTube videos featuring interviews with her parents, Penny and Neal, and her aunt and uncle, Alan and Hayley, the latest video focuses on the investigators' perspective.

See the video below:

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