Saturday, April 19, 2008

Power Knocked Out in Palm Springs after California DUI Accident

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DUI Crash Knocks Power Out in Palm Springs

April 19, 2008

A guy was jailed early Saturday on a felony California DUI - drunk driving charge after he allegedly lost control of his Mustang and struck a power pole just south of Palm Springs International Airport, California DUI lawyers said.

At 2:20 a.m., the California DUI accident, at Ramon and El Cielo roads, brought down power lines and caused outages in some parts of the resort city, say California DUI attorneys.

About 1,000 customers lost power momentarily after the crash, California DUI lawyers hear. Most of them had power restored within minutes, California DUI attorneys added.

A passenger in the Mustang was injured, California DUI lawyers are told.

The Mustang driver, Noel Hernandez Montes, 21, was arrested on suspicion of felony California DUI - drunk driving, according to California DUI attorneys.

California DUI Police believe he was under the influence of alcohol. California DUI blood test results are pending. www.SanDiegoDrunkDrivingAttorney.net help is available.