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Photos: Ten Colorado Counties With the Drunkest Drunk Drivers

The website NoDUIColorado.org is out with its latest statistics about driving under the influence in the state. Included is data featuring the average blood alcohol content of DUI arrestees in every Colorado county, and the numbers in the top ten are all more than twice as high as the legal limit -- figures that are truly disturbing.

See photo-illustrated listings for each of the ten counties with the drunkest drunk drivers, featuring NoDUIColorado.org graphics. Note that when multiple counties registered the same average, we used the number of DUI busts as a tiebreaker.

See also: Marijuana: At least 75 Percent of DUIs in One Colorado City Involve Alcohol, Not Pot

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Number 10: Arapahoe County Number 9: Dolores County Continue to keep counting down the ten Colorado counties with the drunkest drunk drivers. Number 8: Number 7: Denver County Continue to keep counting down the ten Colorado counties with the drunkest drunk drivers. Number 6: Teller County Number 5: El Paso County Continue to keep counting down the ten Colorado counties with the drunkest drunk drivers. Number 4: Gilpin County Number 3: Pueblo County Continue to keep counting down the ten Colorado counties with the drunkest drunk drivers. Number 2: Jefferson County Number 1: Mesa County

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