My daughter was sick over the weekend and had been taking nyquil and halls cough drops. She had a campfire and some people showed up who were not invited. The cops came and a lot of those poeple fled. The cops tested the other ones and my daughter tested .023. She told me and the cops that she wasn't drinking. She was even eating a halls cough drop and had to remove it to take the portable breathalyzer test. I asked the police to take her for a bloodtest but they said it was my responsibility to do that. I took her to the hospital as soon as I could and we then had to wait about another hour in the emergency room before they did the blood test. The test came back with no trace of alcohol. I also had them do a urine test to test for drugs which was also negative.
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