Azusa crash may have been alcohol-related

AZUSA — A man and two women were injured Sunday in a possibly alcohol-related car crash, police said.
The crash was reported about 9:20 a.m. in the 3800 block of Fish Canyon Road, Azusa police Cpl. Andy Rodriguez said in a written statement.
Eric Martinez-Montes, 19, of Pomona, was driving his car at “a high rate of speed” north bound on Fish Canyon Road when when he lost control and crashed into a rock and dirt embankment, Rodriguez said.
Martinez-Montes and one female passenger were hospitalized with moderate injuries, officials said. Another woman who was a passenger in the car was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
“Alcohol may have been a factor in the incident,” Rodriguez said.
The investigation was ongoing.

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  • http://www.personalinjurydefenders.com Cheska Crawford

    Intoxication and speeding can be a lethal combination as they can cause horrific accidents that will devastate the families of those involved. I hope motorists will be more aware of the possible injuries they will; sustain in accidents caused by speeding and driving while intoxicated.

  • http://www.personalinjurydefenders.com Cheska Crawford

    Intoxication and speeding can be a lethal combination as they can cause horrific accidents that will devastate the families of those involved. I hope motorists will be more aware of the possible injuries they will; sustain in accidents caused by speeding and driving while intoxicated.