Rohnert Park Suspected DUI Accident Left Two Drivers Hospitalized
ROHNERT PARK, CA (October 14, 2022) – Tuesday night, a suspected DUI Crash on State Farm Driver lead to the arrest of Matthew Lyons.
The accident occurred around 8:35 p.m., between Commerced Boulevard and Professional Center Drive.
According to initial reports, an officer spotted the collision involving a white Subaru and a gray Subaru sedan. Responding crews extricated the driver of the gray Subaru through the vehicle’s windshield.
Eventually, paramedics transported the 57-year-old female driver of the gray Subaru to a hospital for treatment of moderate but not-life-threatening injuries.
Furthermore, investigators claimed that the white Subaru entered the southbound lane and collided with the gray vehicle going south on State Farm Drive.
In the end, officials arrested the white Subaru driver, 31-year-old Matthew Lyons of Healdsburg, for felony DUI and other related charges.
At this time, police are asking anyone with information about the State Farm Drive DUI crash to contact the Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety Dispatch at 707-584-2600.
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