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Ex-Commerce secretary won't be charged in hit-run

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Bryson, 68, was cited by police for felony hit-and run, and tests revealed he didn't have any alcohol or drugs in his system. Low amounts of Ambien were found in his bloodstream, but investigators couldn't determine if the sleep aid was a factor in the collisions.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Since his acts were criminally dangerous, caused by one or more seizures, is he going to lose his drivers license? I mean, it's all about safety, isn't it? I mean, if you are filled with booze and drugs when you are driving, yet somehow you are not dangerous, who cares, right? The point is, are you dangerous when you drive? So, he should lose his license, at least, because he proved himself dangerous while driving, right?


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