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Please Don't Drink & Drive: Car Plows into 15 Cyclists

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(AP Photo/Jose Fidelino Vera Hernandez)

Police say that 28-year-old Juan Campos, allegedly of Brownsville, Texas, was apparently drunk and fell asleep when he crashed into a bicycle race near Matamoros, Mexico, which is near the U.S. border. At least one person was killed and 14 were injured. The 24-kilometer race, which took place on Sunday, had only started 15-minutes prior to the incident.

(h/t Streetsblog LA)