Thursday, 21 September 2023

Kelseyville woman arrested for DUI following crash

UKIAH – A Lake County woman was arrested Thursday after authorities allege she caused a crash while driving intoxicated.

The California Highway Patrol reported that officers arrested Natalie Reed, 27, of Kelseyville for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

The CHP reported that Reed was driving her 1999 Volvo eastbound on Highway 20 near Ukiah when her vehicle crossed into the highway's westbound lane.

As a result Reed collided head on with a 1975 Ford driven by 55-year-old Luis Miranda of Fort Bragg, the CHP reported.

Both Reed and Miranda were transported to the Ukiah Valley Medical Center.

Miranda sustained major injuries as a result of the collision and was admitted to the hospital, according to the CHP.

The CHP reported that Reed, who was uninjured, was arrested for driving under the influence and booked into the Mendocino County Jail.

The collision remains under investigation by the CHP.

Both drivers were wearing their safety belts, the CHP reported.

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