2 Injured in Napa DUI Crash at Highway 29 and Highway 12
NAPA, CA (October 5, 2021) – Two were hospitalized after a DUI crash at Highway 29 and Highway 12 in south Napa.
According to an article published by The Napa Valley Register, the accident took place late Saturday night. Officers reported the wreck at about 10:45 p.m.
The incident happened on October 2 when two cars were stopped in traffic at the intersection of Highway 29 and Highway 12 in Napa.
At the same time, a Nissan Pathfinder was traveling at an unsafe speed in the area. The California Highway Patrol said the Nissan then slammed into the rear of a Mercedes-Benz C250.
Multiple Cars Collide
The impact forced the Mercedes into a Toyota Camry. Firefighters along with the paramedics arrived at the scene and found two occupants in the Mercedes hurt.
The driver and passenger of the Mercedes sustained minor injuries as a result of the collision. Medical personnel took them to the Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center for treatment.
Officials did not disclose the names of the wounded patients and their condition at this time. The man driving the Toyota ended up unharmed.
Meanwhile, CHP determined that the motorist in the Nissan was under the influence when he hit the victims. They soon arrested him on suspicion of DUI causing injury.
Officers forced the area of Highway 29 and Highway 12 to shut down for a time following the crash. The Napa DUI collision is still under investigation.
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