Amber Peltier Hospitalized in 2-Car DUI Crash on Trent Avenue near Millwood
Spokane Valley, WA (November 14, 2020) – On Wednesday, a 2-car wreck sent Amber L. Peltier to the hospital with a broken ankle while her 13-year-old passenger was uninjured.
Moreover, David J. Dixon is facing possible vehicular assault charges after a breathalyzer test results of 0.207.
According to the WSP news release, the crash happened at about 11:30 p.m. on Trent Avenue near Millwood.
Furthermore, the crash happened when Dixon attempts to take a left turn onto Park Road but fails to yield to traffic.
Consequently, Peltier’s car collided with Dixon’s car, Peltier was taken to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center for immediate care for her injuries.
Sadly, reports say, she has a broken ankle, but luckily, her 13-year-old passenger did not suffer any injuries. While Dixon’s head was bleeding, but he refused treatment.
Additionally, the WSP report says, Dixon’s blood alcohol was more than 2½ times the legal limit in Washington which is .08.
Lastly, authorities are investigating the incident and a possible vehicular assault may be filed.
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