DUI Crash along Saint Isabel Street Claims the Life of One 22-Year-Old Man

NEWARK, CA (January 12, 2022)Juan Gonzalez-Ramirez died late Sunday evening following a DUI car crash on Saint Isabel Street.

According to Alameda County Sherrif’s Office, crews responded to the scene near Cedar Boulevard around 11:20 p.m.

Upon arriving at the scene, authorities located a severely damaged vehicle with four occupants inside. Per reports, the driver struck an unoccupied parked vehicle for reasons unknown.

Medics arrived and performed life-saving efforts on one of the victims who was in a critical condition.  However, the victim later identified as 22-year-old Gonzales-Ramirez, succumbed to his injuries at a local hospital.

In addition, the three other people inside the vehicle suffered minor injuries.

Meanwhile, police arrested the unidentified driver, a 24-year-old Newark resident, on suspicion of driving under the influence.

At this time, police are still investigating the deadly crash.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Newark police Officer Anthony Piquette at 510-578-4953 or e-mail anthony.piquette@newark.org.

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