SPARTA, NJ – A man involved in a two-vehicle accident on May 26 is now facing charges, including driving while intoxicated, according to the NJ Herald.
According to Sparta Police, 59-year-old David Baur was driving a Ford Fusion on West Shore Trail when he crossed into the opposite lane. Baur struck a Mazda CX that was driven by 53-year-old Maria Oliveira and occupied by two other passengers at around 7 p.m.
Baur and Oliveira reportedly did not suffer any injuries, however Oliveira’s passengers, a 76-year-old female and 8-year-old female said they experienced pain.
After investigating the scene, police officers determined that Baur was under the influence of alcohol. Baur was charged with driving while intoxicated, careless driving, driving with expired license, failure to keep right, and windshield obstruction.
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