Cautionary Tale: Don't Drink And Drive On Your Wedding Day An Arizona woman was in her wedding dress driving to the ceremony when she was pulled over for DUI. A police officer tweeted: "Don't drive impaired. Till death do we part doesn't need any help."
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Cautionary Tale: Don't Drink And Drive On Your Wedding Day

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Cautionary Tale: Don't Drink And Drive On Your Wedding Day

Cautionary Tale: Don't Drink And Drive On Your Wedding Day

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An Arizona woman was in her wedding dress driving to the ceremony when she was pulled over for DUI. A police officer tweeted: "Don't drive impaired. Till death do we part doesn't need any help."

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene. Who is going to blame you for being a little nervous on your wedding day? And, you know, your best man or maid of honor could slip you a little champagne to calm you down, but not so much that you embarrass yourself or get arrested. A woman in Arizona was in her wedding dress driving to her ceremony when she was arrested and charged with a DUI. A local police officer tweeted, quote, "don't drive impaired, till death do we part doesn't need any help." It's MORNING EDITION.

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