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Woman Sets Her Car on Fire during DUI Arrest

One woman was so intoxicated that she not only got herself arrested, but set her car on fire in the process.

According to police in Louisville, Kentucky, the woman was observed speeding and weaving across traffic around 3 AM. When officers approached the vehicle, they quickly realized that she was under the influence of alcohol. While she was being questioned by the officer, the woman accidentally dropped her cigarette in the car. It landed on a piece of paper in her door which caught on fire.

It is uncertain as to how much damage was done to her car, but neither the woman nor the officer was injured. She was charged with DUI and taken to a local jail.

If you have recently been arrested for DUI, you may be wondering what will happen to you. In order to become informed, contact the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry now to set up a consultation with an Orange County DUI attorney as soon as possible.