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Both subjects were transported to SP Capital for processing. After the administration of breath tests, it was determined that Bazarian had a BAC of .12% and McDermott had a BAC of .10%. Each were given Uniform Traffic Tickets returnable to the City of Albany Criminal Court at a later date.
The passenger of the 1986 GMC pickup Jessica B. Bowling, 20, of Crewe, Va., died at the scene. She was not wearing a seatbelt. The driver of the pickup, Ryan B. Spangler, 22, of Midlothian, Va., was not injured in the crash; he was not wearing a seatbelt. Spangler was charged with DUI.
Pennsylvania: West Lampter Township Officer Joseph W. Eisenhour who admitted binge drinking at police picnic before crashing into construction site is ordered back to work after being fired
The reporting party advised that a subject, later identified as 56-year-old Buddy Lee Blacksmith, was driving a motorhome north on State Street near the intersection of Esplanade Avenue when Blacksmith collided with a Riverside Transit Authority bus that was also traveling on State Street.
The driver (single occupant) of the 2002 Hyundai Accent, Lori B. Guess, 54, of Woodford, Va., died at the scene. She was not wearing a seatbelt.
In sentencing Lail to 20 years in prison with nine years suspended, the maximum allowed by law in this case, the Arlington County judge called Lail’s actions “an appalling demonstration of arrogance,” adding “she’s stunned it took this long for something to happen to someone” and “an absolute shame.”
Lance Cpl. Bill Rhyne said 18-year-old Noah Lathern Lambert was traveling south in a 2006 BMW on Trammel Road when the vehicle ran off the roadway and struck a tree.
A silver Chrysler 300 was traveling northbound on Harrison Street, in the southbound lanes. In order to avoid the Chrysler, three other vehicles collided with each other.
The driver of the Chrysler, Cosme Diaz, 51 of Coachella, stopped at the scene of the collision.