• January 23, 2017

Driver Injured in Dallas, TX, Drunk Driving Accident on Lamar

Dallas, TX -- January 20, 2017, a suspect drunk driver was injured following an accident where his car crashed off of Lamar Street.

Authorities from the Dallas Police Department report that the accident occurred at the intersection of South Lamar Street and Lenway Street just before 10:00 p.m.

According to their early investigations, a driver, whose identity hasn't been released, was driving southbound along Lamar. As he did so, his vehicle lost control and swerved off the side of the road. The car hopped the curb, crashed through a pole, and continued through a fence before overturning repeatedly.

EMS rushed to the scene, and they transported the driver to a nearby hospital with critical injuries. No one else was injured in the accident.

Authorities allege that the driver was intoxicated at the time of the crash, but no charges have been reported at this time.

Police say the crash remains under investigation.

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