Arizona bride driving to wedding arrested for DUI

Marana Police

Marana Police

This story sounds like a kind of thing cut from a movie for being too unrealistic: An Arizona woman was arrested Monday morning for a DUI on the way to her wedding.

According to People, Amber Young (32), from Arizona, was arrested after officers were called out to a three-car pileup Marana, a small town in the south-western U.S. state. However, the tweets reported are no longer available on Scott's official account or the Marana Police Department's Twitter account.

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Sgt. Scott added that a person in one of the other vehicles was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries.

The accident happened at about 10.30am on Monday in Marana, about 30 miles north of Tuscon.

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'This could've turned out way worse than it did.

The bride didn't take a breath test and she was later released after "submitting to a blood draw". She was then released to her fiance after signing a criminal citation. Young's blood alcohol level was not revealed.

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Bride to be, Amber Young, knows just what that feels like. Punishment is assured if a person's BAC is 0.08 percent or above, but Arizona law allows consequences if there is impairment "to the slightest degree".

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