Randolph, NY – Intoxicated Driver Slams into Building on Main Street
Posted on Saturday, May 11th, 2019 at 9:28 pm
Randolph, NY (May 11, 2019) – On May 10th, troopers responded to the scene of an accident on Main Street in where an intoxicated driver drove into Pete’s Place.
An investigation revealed that 37-year-old Debra Ralph, of Nova Scotia, was driving intoxicated at the time of the crash. She drove into the side of the building and caused injuries to one of the patrons.
According to police, Ralph was immediately arrested for failing sobriety tests by police. One other person, 32-year-old Geoffrey Blew, caused a scene at the accident scene and was also arrested.
Ralph is scheduled to appear in court next month. The pedestrian who was injured is expected to make a full recovery.
Pedestrian Accidents in New York
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