(Received 6 May 1975; accepted 28 July 1975)
Published Online: 1976
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The role of ethyl alcohol as a significant factor in traffic arrests and accidents has been established through numerous studies , while that of other drugs and their incidence in the driving population is less clear. Several studies have, however, demonstrated a high incidence of drugs in “intoxicated drivers” by questioning or urine analysis [2–4]. Finkle et al  reported 21% of arrested, drinking drivers indicated on routine questioning some kind of concurrent drug use.
Chief toxicologist, Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences, Dallas, Tex.
Predoctoral student, Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Stillwater, Okla.
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