A record 3.87 per mill of alcohol was measured in the blood of a driver, who was stopped by the traffic police in Skopje on Friday night at around 10 pm.
This is definitely a Macedonian record in measured per mil of alcohol in the blood because according to current knowledge, the largest amount of alcohol in the blood of a traffic participant measured with a dragger was 3.83 per mill.
No more than 0.5 per mill of alcohol is allowed in the blood because the first obstacles in driving the vehicle occur at 0.8 per mill of alcohol.
The medical and medical facts about the presence of alcohol in the blood say that with 2.5 per mill of alcohol in the blood there are already serious disorders of all mental and physical functions. There is also an increased risk of suffocation when vomiting, as well as injuries from falls or other types of accidents.