Suspected DUI Driver Arrested after Traffic Accident on Westside Boulevard
ATWATER, CA (June 30, 2022) – On Monday, authorities arrested 47-year-old Angel Manzo following a wrong-way crash on Highway 99.
According to the CHP, officers responded to the incident at around 1:00 a.m. on Westside Boulevard.
Furthermore, police said a southbound 2014 Mercedes sedan went into the northbound lanes driving in the wrong direction for reasons unknown.
Eventually, the Mercedes driver, identified as Manzo of Riverbank, went into an opening within a construction zone.
Consequently, Manzo lost control of the vehicle causing him to hit the center median. Investigators said the crash resulted in a three-vehicle chain-reaction collision.
One of the drivers involved complained about pain but did not require medical transport.
Meanwhile, authorities charged and arrested Angel Manzo with a DUI after failing a field sobriety test conducted by responding officers.
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