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A New One--SWI!
VIENNA--In 1969-70, Austria recorded 68,000 injuries on the highways--and 88,000 on the ski slopes.
A meeting of legal experts from Alpine nations, including Austria, called for breathalyzer tests for skiers. The limit for drunken skiers, they said, should be the same as for drunken drivers.
"Let's get rid of those whisky bottles in skiers' jackets," the mass-circulation Vienna Express demanded. "It has become, common, practice to hold ski parties in remote mountain huts with lots of liquor. Many skiers, especially foreign tourists, carry bottles in their... Login to read more
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