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Woman Injured in DUI Crash at West Shaw and North Brawley Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Woman Injured in DUI Crash at West Shaw and North Brawley Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Woman Injured in DUI Crash at West Shaw and North Brawley Avenues [Fresno, CA]

Driver Arrested, Woman Injured in Fresno DUI Crash

 
FRESNO, CA (July 23, 2019) – A woman suffered moderate injuries following a DUI crash at West Shaw and North Brawley avenues Monday.
 
According to police, a driver blew through a red light at the intersection and struck another vehicle after midnight. Officers say the driver showed signs of intoxication and did not report any injuries; however, the woman whom the driver struck suffered moderate injuries.
 
Paramedics arrived soon after and transported her to Saint Agnes Medical Center for treatment.
 
Per police, officers placed the driver under arrest on suspicion of DUI. However, police did not release any other information regarding the accident at this time.
 
Drinking and driving is never a good idea. If you’re impaired and need to go home, contact a taxi driver or a sober friend you trust. Doing so can greatly minimize the risks of car accidents. In addition, protect yourself and others by driving responsibly, safely and carefully.


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