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Saleswoman, 27, wrecked her car in roundabout smash after guzzling wine and partying with colleagues

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A Salford drink driver wrecked her car after partying with work colleagues to celebrate the company moving offices. Successful saleswoman Amylee Boland told officers she had drunk three glasses of white wine before writing off her Vauxhall Corsa at a busy roundabout, Stockport Magistrates Court heard.

The 27-year-old was found to be more than twice the limit for alcohol after smashing her car on the A34 at Handforth, near Stockport. READ MORE: 'Scum of the earth' drug addict stole charity box, robbed 'truly terrified' woman in the street and rode off with schoolboy's cherished bike The court heard that Boland had spent time drinking with staff at the property investment company she works for, because their sales office in Alderley

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