Two dogs killed and six people injured by drunk driver in Costa Blanca

The drunk driver's car after the crash The drunk driver's car after the crash N332

A DRUNK driver smashed into a car, killing two dogs and injuring six people in Costa Blanca.

According to reports the driver lost control of his vehicle and collided with a car and its trailer and knocked it several metres down the street, eventually smashing into two containers in Elche.

The crash instantly killed the two dogs that were in the trailer, and six people were reportedly injured in the incident.

Police arrested the driver, who tested positive for drugs and alcohol, and now faces charges for reckless driving.

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  1. wyn

What sort of trailer were these poor dogs in?

 
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