A 48-year-old Sebastopol man was arrested on suspicion of felony driving beneath the affect following a crash that occurred this previous weekend close to the Sonoma Raceway.
Based on a California Freeway Patrol information launch, the single-vehicle crash occurred Sunday, shortly earlier than 7:30 p.m.
Authorities stated the driving force of a 2019 Polaris, Dennis Jamarck, was driving within the hills, west of the raceway monitor with two passengers, a 45-year-old Petaluma man and a 13-year-old boy.
Jamarck, in response to the CHP, was intoxicated and neither he nor his passengers had been carrying seat belts.
“As a result of steep terrain and (the driving force’s) intoxicated state” the automobile overturned and crashed “into the grime/hillside,” the CHP stated.
Jamarck, who suffered minor accidents was taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital through CHP helicopter, whereas the 45-year-old passenger suffered main accidents and was transported to Sutter Hospital in Marin by a REACH medical helicopter, the CHP stated.
The teenager additionally suffered minor accidents, however was not transported to a hospital, authorities added.
Jamarck, who was “later decided to be DUI,” in response to the CHP, was arrested on the hospital.