MILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A New Haven guy is dealing with fees after state police say he used to be using the mistaken means on I-95 north in Milford on Sunday and collided with a automotive head-on.
According to state police, a Kia Sportage Lx used to be touring on I-95 north subsequent to the Exit 35 on-ramp within the left lane round 10 p.m. A Toyota Scion used to be touring south, the mistaken means on I-95 north, north of the Exit 35 on-ramp, state police mentioned.
The Toyota collided head-on with the Kia, consistent with state police.
The motive force of the Kia and the 3 passengers in that automobile have been taken to Yale New Haven Hospital with suspected minor accidents, state police mentioned. The motive force of the Toyota, known by way of state police as Geovanny Guallo, 25, of New Haven, complained of a sore ankle however refused clinical remedy.
State police mentioned Guallo used to be noticed to have an smell of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his breath and that he failed standardized box sobriety checks. He used to be due to this fact arrested.
According to state police, Guallo used to be charged with running drunk and/or medication, running a motor automobile with out a license, using the mistaken means on a divided freeway and running a motor automobile with out insurance coverage.
Guallo used to be hung on a $5,000 bond and used to be scheduled to seem in courtroom Monday.