"Driving intoxicated is already a very dangerous situation that you're putting yourself and other drivers in, but at that speed, over 100 mph, there's not going to be any reaction time to avoid a collision with another vehicle or a person or a fixed object,” Miller told Channel 2.
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The news station was unable to reach Bajnath for comment.
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