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1 Injured in Crash on Central Avenue


Driver Arrested for DUI in Orangevale Accident

Orangevale, CA (May 9, 2020) – One person was injured in a DUI crash in Orangevale. The accident occurred on the afternoon of May 9 on Central Avenue.

A car crashed and rolled onto its side in the 9100 block of Central Avenue. The driver was trapped inside. Emergency crews rescued the driver and took them to a local hospital. Once released, they will be taken to jail and charged with DUI.

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