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DUI Crash at Mearns and Street Roads (Updated)

December 30, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Warminster Police at work. The victims car had a head on collision with brand new CVS sign as a result of the accident. The suspects Car awaits flatbed (Jeff Bohen)

A two car accident caused by a driver who failed a field sobriety test occurred at the intersection of Street and Mearns Roads in Warminster just after 8 p.m. Thursday night.

Police on scene say that no one was hurt but those involved were shaken up.

A male who was driving a blue Honda stumbled out of his car after police arrived and was given a field sobriety test which he failed. The driver was taken away in handcuffs by Warminster police. Staff Writer Jeff Bohen who is on-scene says that the man who was described as being average height and in his mid-40’s had trouble walking  a few steps without stumbling after exiting his vehicle and this prompted police to give him a sobriety test.

The driver of the blue car who appeared to be under the influence made a left turn and struck a white Toyota Camry that was carrying a young couple.

The driver of the Camry said all they saw was “a flash of light” as the car was struck by the blue Honda.

The Camry spun around after getting stuck and came to rest against the sign for the new CVS Pharmacy that is soon to open at the intersection. Still awaiting word from local police about the driver they put in custody.

(Jeff Bohen)

(Jeff Bohen)

Jeff Bohen (jbohen@buxmontnews.com)
Staff Writer

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