A JUNIOR doctor arrested twice in eight weeks for drink driving was allowed to keep her job after experts ruled she was no risk to patients.
Lauren Fowler, 25, ploughed into a busy pedestrian area within days of graduating.
Cops found an empty wine bottle in the footwell of her Ford Ka.
She was stopped again at more than three times the limit after downing half a bottle of vodka.
Fowler, of Styal, Cheshire, dodged jail in January after blaming the stress of studying.
This week Manchester’s Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service said: “Her offending was serious but not incompatible with continued practice.”
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Dr Fowler will be supervised for 20 months.