It seems like an irony when a DUI operator drives his car in the lawn formerly owned by co-founder of AA. Vermont State Police reported that a man faces a drunken driving charge after getting inside the lawn of a historic home which was once owned by the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Police identified the 55-year-old Donald Blood III of Marlborough of Mass who under the influence, drove into the lawn of the residence of the co-founder of Alcoholic Anonymous. His unruly behavior led to a case filed and he was ordered to appear in court in Bennington on Jan. 14.
According to the police, Blood thought he was driving into a parking space but it was actually the lawn of the Wilson House. Built in1852 in Dorset, Wilson House was the birth place of AA co-founder Bill Wilson.
For the members, the Wilson House is a place of sanctuary where people can come to give thanks to God for their new lives. It still hosts several AA meetings each week.
On the afternoon of December 20, a lorry was blocking Shore Road in Freiston following a collision. Lincolnshire Police reported that the mishap didn’t appear to have people injured nor vehicles damaged.
There was no further detail about the collision at this stage as investigation is ongoing. The police said that they will release the names of the persons involved in the crash, the hospital where they were delivered and the condition of their injuries when their next kins have been informed.
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