DUI Crash on Highway 121 North Wooden Valley Road Left Two Injured

NAPA COUNTY, CA (December 23, 2021) – A suspected DUI crash on Highway 121 left Vince Scroggins injured Wednesday afternoon.

Authorities said the incident occurred around 5:05 p.m., on Highway 121, just north of Wooden Valley Road. Reports indicate that the collision involved two Subaru Outback station wagons.

California Highway Patrol said Matthew Premelton‘s Subaru was heading southbound on Highway 121 when it spun out of control. Eventually, it crossed into the northbound lane passenger-side first.

As a result, the vehicle collided with a northbound Subaru driven by a 62-year-old Lakeport woman whose identity is still withheld.

Due to the impact of the collision, Premelton’s passenger, 60-year-old Vince Scroggins of Napa, was sent to a nearby hospital with minor injuries.

Meanwhile, the northbound car driver sought her own aid after sustaining minor injuries.

Officers later detained 57-year-old Premelton, of Napa on suspicion of DUI felony. Once available, further details will be provided.

One small driving mistake can lead to a car accident. This is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all traffic laws. Keep your attention on the road, follow the speed limit, and never drive under the influence of altering substances.

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