The driver of a bloodmobile ran a red light on her way to a blood drive and has been charged with drunken driving, police said.
Sharon Renea Dunlap, 46, told police she quit drinking about 3 a.m. Wednesday, and took some pain pills. She was pulled over about 14 hours later after a Jacksonville police officer saw the Florida Georgia Blood Alliance bloodmobile run a red light, police said.
Police said Dunlap failed a field sobriety test and was charged with driving under the influence and running a red light.
Woman Accused of Driving Bloodmobile Drunk
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