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Ferry Companies Conside Changing Free Booze Offers

Published torsdag 21 oktober 2004 kl 15.43

There are calls in Sweden for ferry companies to abandon their tradition of offering lorry drivers free beer and wine drinks with their foof on crossings after a drunken Hungarian truck driver ploughed into two cars on a motorway in Skåne, killing five people.

The Scand-Lines shipping company decided on Wednesday to change their rules for serving alcohol. Market leaders Nordö-Link of Malmö will discuss their next management meeting. 

On Wednesday night one person was taken into custody, suspected of drunk-driving, when the Malmö police checked sobriety among 52 drivers at the Nordö terminal.

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