Several Hurt in Crash; DUI Driver Arrested
REDDING, Calif. (July 11, 2018) — Blaine Coon, 21, of Redding, was arrested on DUI charges after he reportedly collided with another motorist on Lake Boulevard when he allegedly failed to stop for a stop sign, according to Action News Now.
The crash took place Tuesday night about 10:23 p.m. Coon’s gray Ford pickup truck reportedly collided with a red 2000 Honda CRV driven by Ariana Coonce, 18, of Redding. Dorothy Graunstadt, 18, of Redding, was a passenger in the Honda.
The Redding Police Department stated that Coon collided with the Honda and then attempted to flee the scene. Paramedics responded and treated at least two people for moderate injuries. Coon was arrested on DUI charges and booked into Shasta County Jail for DUI causing injury.
Traffic Accident Investigation
At this time, it appears that Mr. Coon (mug shot on right) will be held responsible for this collision.
We offer our heartfelt prayers to all those hurt in this crash.
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