A CRASH driver who 'does not remember how it happened' has been banned from the roads.

Zoey Davies entered a guilty plea to one count of drink-driving when she appeared before magistrates in Hereford in March.

Police were called to a crash in Tillington Road in the early hours of the morning on August 24, prosecutor Eleanor Peart said.

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Davies, who had crashed her silver Mini Cooper, was taken to hospital, where an evidential blood test was taken and revealed she had 132 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. The legal limit is 80 microgrammes.

In police interview, Davies told officers that she could not remember anything before coming around in hospital.

George Cousins, for Davies, said that the 35-year-old still remembers very little of the incident.

"There was a crash of some sort, but she does not remember how it happened," he said.

"She had a concussion and was taken to hospital by ambulance."


The court heard Davies, who is not currently in work, has no previous convictions.

Davies, of Percival Street in Hereford, was fined £120 and disqualified from driving for 14 months.

She was also ordered to pay prosecution costs of £135 and a £48 victim surcharge.

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