Monday, April 7, 2008

2 crashes, 2 California DUI charges

An alleged California DUI driver hurdled his sports car into a stranger's kitchen and another rolled her SUV after hitting a tree, sending one female passenger to the hospital, California DUI attorneys report.

The passenger was in stable condition Sunday night at Memorial Medical Center, California DUI lawyers learned.

But the California DUI accidents did not appear related, California DUI attorneys are told. California DUI police do not know whether the alleged California DUI drivers had been drinking at bars, because as California DUI attorneys indicate the time was significant because bars close about 2 a.m.

The California DUI first accident happened at 2:10 a.m. when Eric Jergenson, 25, of Turlock lost control of his Audi TT and drove into a house on the 4500 block of Sunny Oak Drive, California DUI attorney sources say. Jergenson ran from the car because he was afraid it might explode, but called 911 minutes later to report the cCalifornia DUI rash.

The house was empty as the homeowner was in Sacramento. No one was hurt in the crash. The car remained in the house's kitchen Sunday evening. It could not be removed because of structural damage, California DUI lawyers beleive.

Jergenson was arrested on suspicion of California DUI - driving under the influence of alcohol, California DUI attorneys hear.

Seventeen minutes later and within a few blocks, 25-year-old Victoria Pargaz was driving her Dodge Durango sport utility vehicle when she lost control, rolled over and hit a tree, California DUI attorneys added. Her female passenger was hurt in the crash, but it is unclear extent of the passenger's injuries.

Pargaz was arrested on suspicion of California DUI drunk driving and drunken driving causing injury, a California DUI felony. She was taken to California DUI jail.

Such California DUI crashes can be accidents, according to California DUI lawyers. www.sandiegodrunkdrivingattorney.net