A 31-year-old man who was 'over four times the legal limit' before crashing his car has been charged.

At an undisclosed time on Bank Holiday Monday, Thames Valley Police officers visited the scene of a crash in Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes, where a Blue BMW allegedly went into another car before failing to stop.

There were no injuries ‘as the collision was relatively low speed’, with TVP revealing that ‘the other party was transporting their family’.

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The driver was identified and arrested 'after failing a preliminary roadside breath test'.

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Once in Milton Keynes custody, the man provided an evidential breath reading of 149ug of alcohol per 100ml of breath - over four times the legal limit.

He has since been charged with driving over the prescribed limit of alcohol, driving otherwise than in accordance with his licence, and has been bailed to Milton Keynes Magistrates court later this month.

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Thames Valley Police Roads Policing said: “Luckily there were no injuries in this incident, but the dangers and effects of drinking and driving are widely published.

“If you suspect someone of drinking and driving, please contact the police.”