Oregon DUI suspect had staggering BAC more than 9 times the legal limit

Oregon DUI suspect had staggering BAC more than 9 times the legal limit


An alleged drunk driver in Oregon arrested last Wednesday had a blood-alcohol level of .77 — more than nine times the state’s legal limit, a report said.

Nathan Danzuka, 28, allegedly led police on a short chase in Madras after originally being sought for a hit-and-run in the city, The Smoking Gun reported, citing police.

Danzuka was caught after he crashed his Ford Explorer during the pursuit, the report said.

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Officers said they found “several alcoholic beverage containers” in Danzuka’s SUV.

Danzuka’s blood was taken at the hospital, which showed his blood-alcohol was .778, the report said.

Oregon’s legal BAC limit for drivers is .08.

Charges against Danzuka, who has a prior DUI bust, are pending.

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