A man has been arrested outside Sheffield Station after a crash involving a drunk driver, the British Transport Police (BTP) have said.
Officers were quick to make the arrest yesterday and had the man spend the night in cells at Shepcote Lane to sober up. BTP report the man blew over four times the legal drink drive limit.
Today, BTP said they have formally spoken with the driver and he has been charged to "explain himself" to magistrates.
The British Transport Police is the special national police force operating on the railway network of England, Scotland and Wales. They police over 10,000 miles of track and 3,000 stations with nearby roads and car parks, including in Sheffield.