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Backing through the drive-through? Alcohol might be involved

KELSO, Wash. – Police say a woman was trying to back her car in into the drive-through lane of a Jack in the Box restaurant in Kelso, Washington, when she crossed over a median into a water meter and shrubs, sideswiped the menu board and caused $18,000 in damage.

Authorities said the 21-year-old woman tried to flee Monday and fought with employees until police arrived.

The Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1o065Iw) police found she was “extremely impaired” and had arrest warrants for drunken driving and driving with a suspended license.

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