Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Hit California Fire Engine? DUI Attorney needed



California DUI attorneys report Sacramento police have determined the driver of a car that crashed into a Sacramento City fire engine was California DUI - driving under the influence at the time of the collision.

Kirsten Ross's blood alcohol level was .06 percent at the time of the crash. Because she was 20 years old, police say she was driving under the influence and that was the primary factor in the crash. However, the investigation is continuing, California DUI attorneys believe.

Ross was killed after her 2004 Honda collided with the truck at 9th and L streets on April 12. The fire engine was responding to a report of a fire and was running with its lights and siren. A passenger in Ross' car was also killed. None of the firefighters was injured according to California DUI attorney sources.