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                   Saturday, November 10, 2007 - 12:56PM

Dashcam Files: Drunk driver on I-64

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I'll keep saying it - the most dangerous part of storm photography is not the storms, but driving on the roads - even if you're not observing! Last night on the way to the store, I noticed this car weaving in and out of its lane on I-64 near Nitro. I followed him for a few miles with the camera rolling. He exited the interstate and pulled into a subdivision before I could call the police.

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(Due to the low light situation in the above clip, I used my VX2100 in place of my permanent dash camera).

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