Former Bensalem Township school bus driver Kim Townsend was arrested today for crashing her bus, allegedly with a blood-alcohol content of .19, according to Daily News reporter Phillip Lucas.
Townsend's BAC was more than twice the legal limit.
But she was practically sober compared to Wallingford-Swarthmore School District bus driver Christine Rogers, who recently pleaded guilty in Media to driving with a BAC of .374. She had a water bottle full of vodka, police say.
Those are practically background levels of booze compared to Christian M. Sweeney, who pleaded guilty a few months ago to driving with an astronomically high blood-alcohol content of .62 – nearly eight times the legal limit and drunker than Townsend and Rogers combined.