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Pregnant woman arrested for driving drunk after crashing car with children inside

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OCALA, Fla. (AP) — Police say a drunk, pregnant Florida woman driving with two 18-month old children in her SUV crashed into the back of another car.

Ocala police on Wednesday arrested 28-year-old Angel Nicole Oliver after she recorded blood-alcohol levels of 0.228 and 0.236, about three times the legal limit. No one was seriously injured in the crash.

A police report says Oliver is six months pregnant. It also says the toddler twins were not properly restrained in the vehicle.

Oliver did not immediately return a phone message seeking comment.

The children’s father has taken custody of them, and the Department of Children and Families was notified.

The police report says Oliver’s car smelled of alcohol and officers found beer containers inside.

Police say Oliver acknowledged drinking three beers and failed a field sobriety test.

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  • Kenneth Briggs

    where are the babies at now ? hope she is still in jail to dry out ., she should be going to weekly AA meetings for life and a daily drug test til her unborn baby is born , and then a weekly test for fiveyears after the baby comes . teach her to strap the kids in right also . then what about the father , hope he is not a drunk .

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