One in every four people arrested for drink-driving in Cumbria last summer was caught the morning AFTER they'd been drinking.
The figures have been released to launch the county's summer anti-drink-drive campaign.
With a host of events this summer police are urging people to travel responsibly and be aware of how long the alcohol they drink can stay with them.
Tim Backshall reports
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