A single-car crash early Saturday morning in Sonoma County that sent three people to the hospital – including a Napa woman who was reportedly at the wheel – is being investigated as a possible drunken driving case, the California Highway Patrol reported.
The wreck occurred at 3:40 a.m. on westbound Highway 116 near Arnold Drive south of the city of Sonoma, when a 2012 Ford Fusion sedan driven by 29-year-old Daisy Cervantes Servin ran off the road and struck a tree, according to Jaret Paulson, spokesperson for CHP’s Napa bureau.
The driver and her two male passengers, a 42-year-old Yountville resident and a 31-year-old from Santa Rosa, were all injured and taken to Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, Paulson said in an email.
CHP is investigating the crash as a case of causing injury by driving under the influence, a felony in California. However, Cervantes Servin was still hospitalized and had not been booked by law enforcement as of Monday afternoon, according to Paulson.
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