Kathryn Wright apparently couldn't face the idea chaperoning her grandchild's elementary school field trip sober, so police say she decided to down two water bottles full of vodka. Predictably, it didn't end well.
"[School officials] said they were going to have a guidance counselor come in the next day to talk to the kids and explain what happened," fellow volunteer Shaun Hewett told Today.
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