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A person is driving a car with an alcohol blood level of 0.2 per mille. How many times higher is the risk of a fatal accident, as compared with if the same driver had been sober?

The curve shows the risk of a driver with a certain blood alcohol level being killed in a traffic accident in relation to the risk of a sober driver being killed. […] 0.2–0.4 per mille, the estimated relative risk is approximately 12 times higher” (VTI)

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