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Six Injured in Phoenix Crash Involving Drunk Driver

Van O'Steen

January 1, 2020

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Phoenix, Arizona—Six people were injured early this morning in an accident that occurred near 15th Street and Yale.

According to accident investigators, an SUV with five occupants crashed into a parked car and a brick wall. Four people were taken to local hospitals in critical condition, with another two hospitalized in stable condition. The critical patients are described as males between the ages of 18 and 29.

The driver of the SUV is 21 years old and registered a blood alcohol concentration of 0.18. The legal limit to drive is .08 and extreme DUI is considered any level at .15 or above.

We wish speedy and complete recoveries to those injured in this crash.

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