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A man is in custody under suspicion of drunk driving after running a red light, causing a four-car crash in San Diego on the morning of Saturday, February 16th.

A man is in custody under suspicion of drunk driving after running a red light, causing a four-car crash in San Diego on the morning of Saturday, February 16th. The incident occurred at the intersection of Mission Bay Drive and Garnet Avenue around 9:45 a.m.

The suspected drunk driver, a 26-year-old man driving a Nissan Titan was driving north on Mission Bay Drive at a high rate of speed when he ran a red light at the Garnet Avenue. The Titan crashed into a Volvo and a Honda Accord, which crossed the center divider and crashed into an oncoming minivan.

The occupants of all involved vehicles reported injuries. The driver of the Honda was hospitalized with a severe head injury. The occupants of the Volvo were treated at a local hospital with minor injuries. The occupants of the minivan were not hospitalized, but reported minor injuries.

According to authorities, the 26-year-old suspected driver was briefly hospitalized for his injuries before be transported to jail under suspicion of felony drunk driving.


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