Major Injuries Reported after DUI Accident near Pomo Trail
CLEARLAKE, CA (December 14, 2022) – Early Sunday morning, Ryan Grivette was arrested after a DUI crash on New Long Valley Road.
The incident happened around 4:25 a.m., along northbound New Long Valley Road, just south of Pomo Trail.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver of a 2006 Ford F-250 lost control and veered off the east edge of the roadway. Eventually, the vehicle came to a stop after crashing into a tree on the side of the roadway.
Medical personnel arrived and transported the driver, who sustained minor injuries, and the two passengers with significant injuries to Clearlake Adventist Health.
Following preliminary duties, authorities arrested the driver, 21-year-old Nice resident Ryan Grivette, for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Those with further information about the incident are encouraged to contact Lake County Officials as soon as possible.
Thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination are essential in operating a vehicle safely. However, these are impaired when alcohol and certain medications or illegal drugs are in the body. Never drive while impaired as the consequences can be devastating for you and for others. When buzzed or drunk, it is best to request an Uber, Lyft, or a taxi. If possible, reach out to a family member or a friend to come and pick you up. By being responsible, you can keep yourself and others on the road safe.
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