#AceNewsReport – May.19: This so the News and Views of #Brittius on Thursdays post:On car ramming pedestrians in New York : Accused Times Square driver’s troubled past included Navy prison https://t.co/IIVVDWlaWg — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) May 19, 2017 #AceNewsReport Accused Times Square driver’s troubled past included Navy prison https://t.co/IIVVDWlaWghttp://ift.tt/2qzDpPW #AceNewsDesk.@AceDailyNews
#Brittius says unfortunately there are psychiatric issues involved, and the self-medicating he opted for, alcohol, did not relieve his problems.
So, I am left with a question of why, did the subject fail to receive adequate medical attention from both the US Navy, and, Veteran Affairs?
Following the accident, the arrestee was taken to the 25th Precinct (NYPD) for breathalyzer test at the Intoxicated Driver Test Unit [IDTU], administered by the Highway Patrol District-1. Depending on the test, is whether or not narcotic substances would be tested, and most likely with a fatality, it would be…
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